I went with hope to find a wide variety of bugs at Blashford Lakes on Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately the weather cooled on arrival and despite looking hard, found little to take. A small crab spider ran off under a leaf as I got close to it, so all I ended up keeping from the afternoon was a couple of flies.
The first is another St Mark’s fly – of which I took some last week.
This time I got in closer – the first is about 2.5x magnification ( and cropped ) – the second is not cropped about 3.5x magnification.
The other fly is a smallish flat one. That I have yet to Id.
All taken again on Canon 5D MK IV with Canon MPE-65mm Macro Lens. Flash from Canon MT-24ex Twin Flash – diffused.