Another of the countless beetles on cow parsley. This one was just sitting, chilling. Possibly literally chilling, as the temperature was dropping at the time. Luckily, the wind dropped for a moment or two as well, so I was only really inconvenienced by the brambles and nettles while trying to take this.
My best guess for IDing this one was that it's a Margined Vine Chafer Anomala dubia; but given my (cough!) record of accuracy in these matters, it's far more likely to be a Garden Chafer (aka Bracken Chafer or June Beetle). Thanks, Daniela! ;-) Either way, you don't want it laying eggs in your lawn!
Thanks for stopping to take a look.