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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Large Red Damselfly, Pyrrhosoma nymphula spotted for the first time this year yesterday.

 A Large Red Damselfly male, Pyrrhosoma nymphula was spotted for the first time this year yesterday in my garden in Cuckfield, West Sussex, UK.  Also in the photo' above is a Nomad, parasitic solitary bee both on honeysuckle leaves.  There are dozens of such bees flying around now.
 A Large Red Damselfly male, Pyrrhosoma nymphula on a yew tree.


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