Photograph of a plume moth

An Insect A Day Part 10

Have you been following the insect photo diary of Prof Bill Amos of the Department of Zoology? Here it continues with beautiful butterflies, unusual moths, and surprising flies.

You can see more of Bill’s photographs on the blog:

An Insect A Day for bee fly, orange tip buttefly and parasitic wasp.

An Insect A Day continues for scorpion fly, shield bug and click beetle.

An Insect A Day Part 3 for wasp beetle; dragonfly and aphids giving birth.

An Insect A Day Part 4 for metallic beetles and day-flying moths.

An Insect A Day Part 5 for butterflies, beetles and clear-wing moths.

An Insect A Day Part 6 for beetles, hoverflies and the silken webs of emine moth caterpillars.

An Insect A Day Part 7 for lacewings, butterflies, hoverflies and more.

An Insect A Day Part 8 for longhorn beetles, hoverflies and camouflaged caterpillars.

An Insect A Day Part 9 for damselflies, crickets and spiders.

Insect-eye View for sawfly, hoverfly and solitary bees.

Why not have a go at photographing insects yourself? We would love to see your photos of wildlife where you are. Share with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram by tagging us or using #OpenYourWindowBingo to feature in our online Community Gallery.

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