That is crane fly not sure which but it seems to be a Limoniidae SP
Had an unrewarding morning in the park mainly because I didn't notice the wind and kept my shutter speed too low , managed to get this shot but I cannot ID the insect.
It is a bee a cuckoo bee I think.I've not been here for a while but am hoping someone can help me with this one. I assumed some sort of hoverfly by the way they were acting but I cannot find pictures of any with eyes like this. The flowers are ragwort and it is about 15mm (maybe up to 20) long if that helps.
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I would say a leafhopper probably a nymph
Looks like a common sexton beetle a burying beetle
The side markings on the thorax make me think migrant hawkerProbably not truly a macro shot but people on here will know.....
is this a female Emperor or a Migrant Hawker?