Yellow insect flowers.

#nature Many so-called wild yellow flowers appear to attract insects like a magnet. This is especially noticeable at the end of the summer, in August. Below is a small overview of some wild yellow flowers attractive to insects.

Photo 1: Goldenrod; especially flies, bees, earth bumblebees and even bugs.
photo 2: Tansy; bees, flies, wasps, earth bumblebees and butterflies.
Photo 3: St Jacobs ragwort; huge butterfly catcher. Visited by many species of moths and moths.
Photo 4: Dandelion; especially so-called butterflies, bees, flies and bumblebees.
Photo 5: Yellow striped herb; Especially important for butterflies, earth bumblebees and bees in spring.

Own photos. All made in 2021 at the Maashorst in North Brabant - NL.

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