Thursday, July 5, 2018

Gamlingay and Sandy with Temperatures Around 30 Degrees

We chose Monday, which was a very hot day in Cambridgeshire, to visit Sandy to photograph the Bee-Wolf Wasps but called in first on Gamlingay Woods where the Brimstones, Silver-Washed Fritillaries and Ringlets were out in force together with a spider enjoying a Hoverfly breakfast. At Sandy, it was too hot for me other than in the shade so my efforts were a bit limited but was pleased to see the Ruby-Tailed Wasp (Hedychrum niemelai)

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