Saturday 10 May 2014

Yellow-spot Twist, Twayblades and a Two-banded Longhorn

Crab Spider, Misumena vatia, eating fly
Yesterday I visited Rewell Wood and found a Two-banded Longhorn Beetle, a Silver-ground Carpet moth and a Crab spider with a fly. I saw a partly eaten slow-worm. My final prize was a Grizzled Skipper laying 2 eggs on a Wild Strawberry leaf.
Then I drove to Kithurst Meadow where I saw 4 male Duke of Burgundies, a tiny bee, A Yellow-spot Twist moth and Twayblade orchids.
Rewell Wood:
fly on Wood Spurge, id needed please!
Germander Speedwell, Veronica chamaedrys
Grizzled Skipper laying on underside of Wild Strawberry leaf
Grizzled Skipper eggs, Pyrgus malvae
Grizzled Skipper egg, Pyrgus malvae
Grizzled Skipper, Pyrgus malvae
Ground-ivy, Glechoma hederacea
Ladybird, 7-spot, Coccinella 7-punctata
Ladybird, 14-spot, Propylea 14-punctata
Silver-ground Carpet, Xanthorhoe montanata
Two-banded Longhorn Beetle, Rhagium bifasciatum
Two-banded Longhorn Beetle, Rhagium bifasciatum
Kithurst Meadow:
Burnet Companion, Euclidia glyphica
Common Spotted-orchid, Dactylorhiza fuchsii
Duke of Burgundy, Hamearis lucina
Duke of Burgundy, Hamearis lucina
Green-veined White, Pieris napi
tiny bee - id please!

Twayblade orchid, Neottia ovata
Twayblade, Neottia ovata
Yellow-spot Twist, Pseudargyrotoza conwagana

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