Lincolnshire Rare Bird and Wildlife Photo Album.

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HORNET71 viewsGeoff Harrod
Shield Bug97 viewsPentatoma Rufipes or Forest BugTrevor Gunby
60 viewsFEMALE DEMOISELLEGeoff Harrod
Stripe-winged Grasshopper77 viewsTrevor Gunby
Hover Fly (Syrphus Vitripennis)108 viewsTrevor Gunby
Anthomyia Procellaris90 viewsTrevor Gunby
Wasp Beetle (Clytus Arietus)79 viewsTrevor Gunby
Longhorn Beetle (Strangalia Maculata)79 viewsTrevor Gunby
Soldier Beetle88 viewsTrevor Gunby
Hairy Shieldbug (Dolycoris Baccarum)126 viewsTrevor Gunby
Sun Fly (Helophilus Pendulus)78 viewsTrevor Gunby
Unidentified108 viewsTrevor Gunby
Unidentified105 viewsTrevor Gunby
Sun Fly (Helophilus Pendulus)78 viewsTrevor Gunby
Unidentified87 viewsTrevor Gunby
Unidentified79 viewsTrevor Gunby
Hairy Shieldbug (Dolycoris Baccarum)71 viewsTrevor Gunby
Black-and-red Froghopper73 viewsTrevor Gunby
Sea aster mining bees, Frampton158 viewsPaul Sullivan
hornet152 viewsThis thing looked enormous !Leslie Davidson
Common Red Soldier Beetle114 viewsTrevor Gunby
88 viewsYELLOW SHELLGeoff Harrod
Bee Fly138 viewsTwo feeding on rosemary flowers Mark Johnson
121 viewsMark Johnson
Parasitic Worm203 viewsCan anyone shed any light on what this creature is? it came out of the dead beetle and riggled around for 10 minues before dieing.Anthony Bentley
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