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Did you know stinkbug's belly is rainbow color? E-M1 Mk II with 60mm f2.8

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Common buckeye on black-eyed Susan.

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blue emperor cruising around
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blue emperor
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blue emperor, staring back
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bee approaching blossom
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I found a bee today too. This is our first Hairy Footed Flower bee of the year (Anthophora plumipes) on our wallflowers by the front gate....

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Saved from the depths of a water bucket this morning, one lucky Violet oil beetle (Meloe violaceus). We don't see many in the garden but they're a good sign of a pesticide free area, which we are.

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In France there are apparently three species of Bombus terrestris (two of them are subspecies). This is one of those three, but I have no idea which. This fresh looking queen was in our cherry tree last week. I'm not often able to get close with the P30mm to these big bees as they can be very flighty, so I was well chuffed to get something in focus at a reasonably close distance!!

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