A specimen brought to me by Paul Alton from just north of Llandeilo and keyed out independently by both of us as Cheilosia chrysocoma is scattered and not recorded from Gower. It's flying now and may lay on Angelica or Cow Parsley in wooded areas on limestone near wet places (or not!). Keep and eye out as it may well be under recorded. Anyone else seen it anywhere? He said there were quite a few flying and also Andrena cineraria. While we're at it how can I submit this record, I've just spent a very frustrating 10 seconds looking on the hoverfly website, also anywhere local to Carms?
Other picture is of a pair of Centrotus cornutus on elder in the university.