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ID needed for several genus

I have started looking at insects more closely this spring, but the sheer diversity is mind blowing.

Below are a few photos I took today whilst out birdwatching close to my home in Norwich. Any information would be fantastic......

1) http://www.flickr.com/photos/frogdiet/7249204648/in/photostream/ Presume it is a species of Bee, but I could be wrong?

2) http://www.flickr.com/photos/frogdiet/7249205142/in/photostream/ Don't even know where to start with this one....

3) http://www.flickr.com/photos/frogdiet/7249209586/in/photostream/ Type of Cranfly? colour looked different to the ones I have seen before...

4) http://www.flickr.com/photos/frogdiet/7249202652/in/photostream/ Weevil sp?

Sorry for the poor photographs, I was shooting on a 300m lense, not ideal for close work.

Kieran Nixon http://www.showingwell.com

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Martincito's picture

I suggest that you post the

I suggest that you post the photos as separate observations on iSpot. You don't have to add an ID if you can't think of one, but make sure they are put in the Invertebrates group.

Martincito's picture

The photos look good to me by

The photos look good to me by the way. I'm sure you'd get some IDs if you post them on iSpot.