Saturday, 14th June 2003, West Yorkshire
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broad bean flowers are popular with the bumblebees. There's a small all-over
marmalade bee and a medium-sized banded variety. One of the larger sort
visits the beans, crosses the path and checks out the shrub (I think it's
a spirea with pinkish purplish flowers), then returns briefly to the beans.
yellow and black striped hoverfly with a long abdomen visits the bean
flowers while a black ladybird with red spots patrols one of the leaves.
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