A female Braconid Wasp flew into the grass nearby…......And spent some time lapping up the dew which had formed on the grass.
With luck I managed to photograph the early morning sun in this dewdrop.
A tiny Leaf-rolling beetle. There were hundreds of them on the plants soaking up the early rays of sunlight.
A Tree Cockroach is almost invisible against the bark. The females are wingless.
In a small stream lay this shell of an Awl Snail. They are found all over South Africa and are very difficult to tell apart. I have just bought and received this wonderful book by Dai Herbert and Dick Kilburn on snails and slugs.