Posted on September 28, 2013
By Michael Griffiths
Sunrise: 07.03 Sunset: 06.55
The marsh ivy is pollinating and attracting insects. In Hoo Wood, on a hill alongside the marsh, the ivy is a week or two behind.
Category: Butterflies, Wild Plants, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, Wildlife Photography Tags: Canon 500D DSLR camera., Canon EFS 60 mm f2.8 macro lens, Comma Butterfly., Insects, Ivy, Ivy Berries., Kidderminster, nature, Nature Photography., Photography, Stourport on Severn, Wild Plants, Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Our ivy is covered in bees, hoverflies and wasps – no butterflies though …
I expect the butterflies are visiting your ivy, it might be that you are not looking at the right times. 🙂
I’m always too late !
Reblogged this on Container Crazy Cathy T and commented:
What an interesting butterfly and thankfully because of WILDEN MARSH postings, I get to see it!
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