The Hunchback of Wolstonbury Hill

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Monday, 4 June 2012 20:44

I went a walk up Wolstonbury Hill this afternoon to see if there were any Man Orchids in flower. I didn't see any but did manage to take a shot of this robberfly Leptarthrus brevirostris. We were shown this species by Steven Falk at Southerham a few weeks ago and since then I have seen it on several other chalk-grassland sites. Always nice to see Sainfoin too.

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