Caroline Gill's Wildlife Record:
Suffolk Horizons (and the World beyond her Window)
Agree it's that species Caroline-by far the commonest & the only Bombylius sp I ever seem to see! Don't know why I don't seem to see B. discolor as that should be around? The other 2 just don't occur here in the south-east. You managed a great photo of this.
Thank you, Conehead54. I waited patiently and clicked, though I wasn't in the ideal place for the sun (the warmth of its rays apart, that is!)
Bee flies are such interesting insects. We don't seem to see many up here in Scotland.
How wonderful to get a photo - usually when I see them they are never still and I have many blurred photos! re: The Living Mountain - it is the first Nan Shepherd I have read. Not really participating as such in the reading group (I get a bit "shy" over things like that!) but am retweeting and reading some of Robert McF's tweets and some of the responses.
What a fabulous photograph … well clicked!All the best JanPS Stay safe and stay well
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