Saturday, June 18, 2011

May Bugs and Beasties

bee-on-broom

Honey Bee

beetle nebria sp 1

Beetle nebria sp

beetle nebria sp

Beetle nebria sp

bluebottle Calliphora vomitoria

Bluebottle Calliphora vomitoria

buff tailed bumblebee

Buff tailed Bumblebee

bumble-on-chives

Buff-tailed Bumblebee

caddisfly

Caddisfly (Trichoptera sp)

caddis-fly

click beetle Agriotes sp

Click Beetle Agriotes sp

click-beetle

Click Beetle Agriotes sp

Cranefly-Tipula-Maxima

Giant Crane-fly Tipula maxima

cranefly-wing

Tipula maxima wing

Forest Bug Pentatoma rufipes

Forest Bug Pentatoma rufipes

green dock beetle

Green Dock Beetle (Gastrophysa viridula)

ground-beetle

Carabus (Mesocarabus) problematicus

beetle-body

Carabus (Mesocarabus) problematicus

hoverfly Eristalis intricarius

Hoverfly Eristalis intricarius

large-red-damselfly (2)

Large Red Damselfly (Pyrrhosoma nymphula)

large-red-damselfly (3)

Large Red Damselfly (Pyrrhosoma nymphula)

large-red-damselfly

Large Red Damselfly (Pyrrhosoma nymphula)

Poecilus-versicolor

Poecilus versicolor

Pseudoophonus rufipes

Pseudoophonus rufipes

Sawfly Tenthredo colon

Sawfly Tenthredo colon

Scathophaga-sp

Yellow Dung Fly Scathophaga-sp

scorpion-flies-mating

Scorpion fly (Panorpa sp)

scorpion-fly (2)

Scorpion fly (Panorpa sp)

scorpion-fly

Scorpion fly (Panorpa sp)

sloe-bug

Sloe Shield Bug (Dolycoris baccarum)

soldier beetle Cantharis decipiens

Soldier Beetle (Cantharis decipiens)

soldier-beetle-Cantharis-nigricans

Soldier Beetle Cantharis nigricans

st-marks-fly

St Marks Fly (Bibio marci)

stonefly

Stonefly (Plecoptera sp)

tetragnatha-extensa-1

Common Stretch Spider Tetragnatha extensa

tetragnatha-extensa-2

Common Stretch Spider Tetragnatha extensa

tiny-shield-bugs

Spined shieldbug (Picromerus bidens)

zebra-spider

Zebra Spider (Salticus)

2 comments:

Poppy said...

I love your photos! And you know what they all are, which I wouldn't haha. I have been taking shots of bees, but they won't stay still long enough....managed to get a couple of good ones though :)

Catches the Eye said...

Love your photo's we often see Dragon /Damson Fly's but never a read one here on the pond in my garden.