We are fortunate to have a wide variety of Fungi and insects in the UK.Theyusually occur at specific times of the year and are found across the UK.
Insects
We are spoilt with some beautiful insects, butterfly and dragonfly species.
Hover Fly
Hover Fly
Hover Fly
Hover Fly
Hover Fly
Hover Fly
Onobrychis and Bumble Bee
Onobrychis and Bumble Bee
Common Blue
Common Blue
Common Blue
Common Blue
Common Blue
Common Blue
Common Brimstone
Common Brimstone
Red Admiral
Red Admiral
Meadow Brown
Meadow Brown
Meadow Cranes Bill
Meadow Cranes Bill
Banded Demoiselle
Banded Demoiselle
Fungi
Unlike plants, fungi cannot gain their energy directly from the sun by photosynthesis. Instead they have had to develop other ways to feed. A few fungi feed off living trees or plants. These fungi are parasites, and they have a vital role in natural woodland. But the majority of fungi are decomposers or live in symbiosis with plants. The decomposer fungi break down dead wood and other plant and animal matter.
Pleated Inkcap
Pleated Inkcap
Parasola
Parasola
Shaggy Inkcap
Shaggy Inkcap
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Amanit
Amanit
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Fly Agaric
Russula
Russula
Wild Flowers
There are many wild flowers found in the UK but on of the best known are the Blue Bells that appear once a year in early spring.
Blue Bells
Blue Bells
Blue Bells
Blue Bells
Blue Bells
Blue Bells
Blue Bells
Blue Bells
Day Lily
Day Lily
Magnolia
Magnolia
Magnolia
Magnolia

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