The Nature of Stroud

Wildlife photographic images captured on my explorations around Stroud and the Valleys.

Rodborough Common

Limestone grassland whose divesity of flora and fauna continues to amaze. For me the insects are the stars – not just the butterflies, including little gems like the Duke of Burgundy, Adonis Blue and Small Blue, but the flies, beetles, grasshoppers/crickets and bugs, including a few different species of Robber Fly, Empid Fly, Leaf Beetle, Stripe Winged and Rufous Grasshopper and Great Green Bush Cricket

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