Friday, July 23, 2004

Insects at Barnack Hills and Holes

My generous friend Brian "The Natural" Stone took me out to Barnack Hills and Holes NNR this sunny lunchtime. Boy, was it heaving with Marbled Whites and particularly Six-spot Burnets. The highlight for me, though was Chalkhill Blue. Here are some snaps from the trip.

Male Chalkhill Blue greeting a hovering hoverfly, Barnack Hills and Holes, 23.7.04.


Male Chalkhill Blue, Barnack Hills and Holes, 23.7.04.


Six-spot Burnet with female Chalkhill Blue, Barnack Hills and Holes, 23.7.04.


Six-spot Burnet, Barnack Hills and Holes, 23.7.04.


Meadow Brown,Barnack Hills and Holes, 23.7.04.

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