Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Brindled Plume and Common Yellow Conch

Brindled Plume, Amblyptilia punctidactyla
On Sunday my metal detecting club organised a dig, but nothing much was found on the very dry pasture by the time I left. I used my Canon G9 compact to photograph a Garden Grass-veneer micromoth, Tiger Craneflies mating and Small Tortoiseshells mud-puddling in the car parking area. In the evening I visited Rewell Wood and found a Brindled Plume plus several insects and spiders which await identification - any help gratefully received! A fox crossed the path, and a Roe Deer stared at me before turning and leaping off the path. At home I found a Common Clothes Moth on the wall.
Garden Grass-veneer, Chrysoteuchia culmella
Tiger Cranefly, Nephrotoma flavescens
Small Tortoiseshell mud-puddling, Aglais urticae
Common Clothes Moth, Tineola bisselliella
Common Clothes Moth, Tineola bisselliella
Leafhopper nymph, Evacanthus interruptus
Rewell Wood:
Ground Weevil, Barynotus obscurus 
Common Green Capsid, Lygocoris pabulinus
Common Yellow Conch, Agapeta hamana
unidentified Cranefly
Dark Strawberry Tortrix, Celypha lacunana
Ground Beetle, Abax parallelepipedus
Harvestman, Mitopus morio
Kentish snail, Monacha cantiana
Marsh Valerian, Valeriana dioica
female Meadow Plant Bug, Leptopterna dolabrata
iSpot ids this as White-pinion Spotted, Lomographa bimaculata
two more photos below
White-pinion Spotted, Lomographa bimaculata
White-pinion Spotted, Lomographa bimaculata
Long-winged Pearl, Anania lancealis
Plant bug, Neolygus viridis
Plant bug, Neolygus viridis
unidentified Plume moth
unidentified spider
unidentified spider
unidentified spider
Springtail, Pogonognathellus longicornis
Viper's Bugloss, Echium vulgare
Yellow-spot Twist, Pseudargyrotoza conwagana
Roe Deer, Capreolus capreolus

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