This pretty scabious is everywhere at present
No interactions present.
There's also a very interesting-looking fly on the lower photo, perhaps someone will be able to identify that as well!
Incidentally, this is the foodplant of the marsh fritillary, which does occur on the north-west coast of Scotland but not as far north as this, as far as I know.
I have entered the fly as a separate observation as I could not identify it.
I added to that entry the link to this one but forgot to do it the other way so here it is http://ispot.org.uk/node/3618.
Wildlife of Assynt
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Lat/Lng: 58.1, -5.2
OS grid ref: NC1626