I started at 'The Post' - and had frustratingly brief views of both Coelioxys elongata and Megachile versicolor but not long enough to photograph them, the latter is going into the back of the post and there is a collection of 'leaf bits' to signify this.
I also had a new wasp on the same post which I think is Ancistrocerus scoticus, intriguingly I also had a ruby-tailed wasp species on the same post which I also failed to capture. The ruby-tailed wasp species Chrysis ignita parasitises on A. scoticus - the plot deepens!. The Fork-tailed Flower Bees were still going about their business. The post that never stops giving.
|Syrphus ribesii (female)
|Platycheirus albimanus (female)
|Melanostoma mellinum (male)
|Spotted Cranefly Nephrotoma appendiculata - I think
|Spider - ID tbc
|14-Spot Ladybird - Propylea quatuordecimpunctata
|Young Roe deer
|Sanderling - still showing some breeding plumage
|Thousands of jellyfish on the beach