This flatworm was found crawling on a strawberry. It is Parakontikia ventrolineata. If you look closely at the flatworm in these first two photos, you can see one dark stripe, with two paler stripes either side, running along the dorsal surface.
This Cuckoo wasp was blue and was slightly larger than the green Cuckoo wasp in the next observation. The photos were taken around about the same time, of Cuckoo wasps on the fence post that has had holes drilled in it for bees and wasps to use for nest sites.
This tiny little bee has been identified as Hylaeus Gnathoprosopis euxanthus by Bernhard Jacobi. Although tiny and black, its large yellow 'collar' and yellow 'knees' made it look distinctive. The antennae look to be a reddish colour.
These two flatworms were found inside a cabbage that was picked from our vegetable garden. They would not have been eating the cabbage as they are carnivorous creatures. The cabbage did have evidence of a lot of wildlife, including caterpillars of the Cabbage White butterfly.