Sunday 12 June 2016

Sculpture garden and Rewell Wood

Philip Jackson sculpture
On 13th May I found plenty of insects at Rewell Wood. The following day to took Bea, Jackie and Sue to Cocking for the Murray Downland Trust's annual plant sale fundraiser, held in sculptor Philip Jackson's garden. He had changed the sculptures since last year and we enjoyed tea with home-made cakes and a garden tour. In the afternoon I revisited Rewell Wood again.
Rewell Wood, May 13:
24-spot Ladybird, Subcoccinella 24-punctata
Common Carpet, Epirrhoe alternata
Common Damselbug, Nabis rugosus
Common Winter Cress, Barbarea vulgaris
Common Winter Cress
Crab Spider with prey, Xysticus cristatus
Crab Spider with prey
Crab Spider with prey, Misumena vatia
Crucifer Shield Bugs mating, Eurydema oleracea
Green Longhorn 
Green Longhorn 
Green Longhorn 
Hairy Shieldbugs mating, Dolycoris baccarum
Hairy Shieldbug
Hairy Shieldbug
Hemp-agrimony Plume, Adaina microdactyla
Leafhopper, Mocydia crocea
Small Purple and Gold, Pyrausta aurata
Small Purple and Gold
Speckled Yellow, Pseudopanthera macularia
Spurge Bugs mating, Dicranocephalus medius
Spurge Bugs mating
Vetch Piercer, Grapholita jungiella
Vetch Piercer
Weevil, Cionus hortulanus
Weevil, Cionus hortulanus
Philip Jackson's garden, May 14:
Marsh Marigold by the lake
Marsh Marigolds, Caltha palustris

Rewell Wood, May 14:
7-spot Ladybirds mating, Propylea 7-punctata
Common Damselbug, Nabis rugosus
Crab Spider, Misumena vatia
Crucifer Shield Bug, Eurydema oleracea
Dance fly, Beris geniculata
Dandelion, Taraxacum officinale
Dingy Skipper, Erynnis tages
Green Lacewing, Chrysopa perla
Green Longhorn ♀, Adela reaumurella
Hairy Shieldbug, Dolycoris baccarum
Soldier beetle, Cantharis pellucida
Speckled Yellow, Pseudopanthera macularia
Spurge Bug, Dicranocephalus medius
view to the sea
Woodruff, Galium odoratum

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