Two animals on diplolepis rosae. Not clear, but left is one seems to be metalic greenish with red on abdomen. Both have a very long ovipositor.
No interactions present.
An excellent book was written by Simon Randolph 'The Natural History of the Rose Bedeguar Gall and its insect community' which describes the biology of this gall wasp and its parasitoids, with colour photos of the parasitoids, including Torymus bedeguaris. Published by the British Plant Gall Society
Lat/Lng: 51.21972, 1.191261
OS grid ref: TR229515
Very mixed hedgerow bordering arable farmland.