75) The Shingle Beach by Julia McKenzie, companion to 75bee, Hylaeus annularis, the Shingle Yellow-face Bee
I am a frequent visitor to our Kent and Sussex coasts. Our Shingle Yellow-faced Bee lives in many places like Whitstable, Rye and Dungeness. My shingle beach has elbow horned poppies, sea peas and sea holly. This bee would be happy here on the margins of the beach, looking for nectar among the salt sprayed flowers and the brambles that bridge land and sea.
My little atlas comes to life and depicts the plants and insects that you would find there.
Altered Pocket Observer Road Atlas
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