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Samuel Levy 59m
Whilst I have been recovering from having my wisdom teeth removed I decided to have a play with the slow motion setting on my phone. Here is a Syrphus sp filmed in the back garden yesterday. (Thank you to for the id)
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Maggi Bl 3h
Experiencing an increase in sightings of Helophilus at the moment, particularly pendulus. A new generation, or a reflection of food sources?
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Glyn Watkins Sep 20
Marygate ginnel 2. Hoverfly feeding. @ York
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Daniel Clucas Sep 14
can anyone identify this guy? There's hundreds enjoying our late flowering ivy!, , ?
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Glyn Watkins Sep 20
Marygate ginnel 4(?). Second hoverfly, this one’s hovering. Part of a big lech. @ York
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Glyn Watkins Sep 14
Climbing the Sair way to heaven 3a. Hoverfly after a good hover. @ The Sair Inn
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Paul Wray Sep 19
Murder on the web this morning! have a look at my link
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Jennifer Sep 17
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Glyn Watkins Sep 14
Climbing the Sair way to heaven 3b. Hoverfly hoovering, sort of. It moved.
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Nicola Sykes Sep 21
It's feels more south of France than south of Scotland today 🤔 🍓in September?
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Mark Smyth 21h
Wasp dismembering a hoverfly. 100s of hoverflies in the garden this week and wasps coming in to catch some
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MS Nature Photos 12h
A Hoverfly (Syrphidae) on a flower. I've taken this picture with a Nikon D7000 and a 55mm/3.5 macro lens with extension tube. Lighting with off-camera flash and softbox from above.
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Jonezy Sep 17
Can’t wait for you all to hear liam_carrmusic original song coming out 6th October on iTunes / Spotify and YouTube plus more!!
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Michele Sep 15
This was in and out of the drain , not sure what he was up to but he was very noisy like a bee buzzing which alerted me
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robmcavoy1965 Sep 20
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Sep 20
Traveller's joy (Clematis vitalba) Our native clematis scrambles through hedgerows. In winter the white, wispy seedheads give it another name - Old Man's Beard. Here it is in flower. Pollinators love it.
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Jules ➕✖➗ Sep 16
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pogomcl Sep 18
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Phil Barlow Sep 17
Saw a stunning Volucella zonaria this morning unfortunately nothing on me to take a pic 😞
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Bruce Langridge Sep 19
Every Tuesday conservation volunteer Peter Williams brings along his camera to record the biodiversity he sees. Amongst his visual treasure trove this week are Helophilius pendulus , shaggy inkcap , painted lady & a carder bee
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