02 April, 2017

Fairmile Common

A brief evening visit last Thursday to what is fast becoming one of my favourite local spots for wildlife, despite its tiny size and close proximity to the A3. There was plenty to study amongst the heather...

 Bloody-nosed Beetle tangled amongst the moss Pseudoscleropodium purum

 Aradus depressus

 Bibio johannis - a very common spring fly

 Little Mouse-ear

Bryum capillare

2 comments:

australian assignment writers said...

How have you been able to capture the pictures of these tiny creatures and that too so clearly? You have done a great job. I have been a failure in capturing the pictures of these insects.

Billy Dykes said...

Magic, my friend.