Bugtopia

Every year, dozens of different species of insects are attracted to flowering Euphorbias. They gorge themselves on nectar and in turn assist the Euphorbias by spreading their pollen far and wide. Here is a small photographic sampling of this year’s bonanza:

Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Pompilid wasp. Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

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Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

Photograph by Neville Sheldrick.

2 Comments

  1. Great shots Neville !

  2. Stunning photographs!

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