Home/work species lists

I did some fairly serious bumblebee recording with a camera in 2009 (the camera broke last year).  Today I was out for lunch munching a bacon roll and spotted the arch-enemy of the bumblebee, the bee-fly.  These are brood parasites of bees, and so as we see the Queen bumblebees humming about their nest-building, the bee-flies are out to get them…

No idea what sort of bee-fly, to be honest, although I know there’s a new one in town, but I haven’t seen  them near my  work before.  I really need a photo, I know.

However, anticipating a possible return to photography this year, I thought I’d jot down some notes about what I’ve spotted over the while. It will either get tidier and more detailed or abandoned…

Home – 2011 Work – 2011 Home – Ever Work – Ever
Bugs Speckled Wood butterfly


Solitary Wasp

Museum beetle

Crab spider

Shelled slug ?Testacella sp.

Cluster flies Pollenia sp.

Musca autumnalis

Dock bug



Beasts Common frog?

Common newt

Fox Rabbit

White Egret




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