Saturday, 26 July 2014

Barred Grass-veneer and Burdock Conch

Common Blue, Polyommatus icarus
Yesterday evening I spent two hours at Fairmile Bottom and found several new species of micromoths: Barred Grass-veneer, Burdock Conch and the larvae of what may be the Satyr Pug, plus a new Mirid bug.
Barred Grass-veneer, Agriphila inquinatella
Black-tipped Ermine, Yponomeuta plumbella
Black-tipped Ermine, Yponomeuta plumbella
Bright Bell, Eucosma hohenwartiana
Burdock Conch, Aethes rubigana
Common Green Capsid, Lygocoris pabulinus
Common Toadflax, Linaria vulgaris
Common Toadflax, Linaria vulgaris
Common Yellow Conch, Agapeta hamana
Dark Bush Cricket, female, Pholidoptera griseoaptera
Eucosma species
Hemp-agrimony Conch, Cochylidia rupicola
Mirid Bug, Phytocoris varipes
unidentified moth - suggestions please!
Pearl Veneer, Agriphila straminella
Dark Strawberry Tortrix, Celypha lacunana
Red Piercer, Lathronympha strigana
Roesel's Bushcricket, female, Metrioptera roeselii
possible Satyr Pug larva, Eupithecia satyrata
possible Satyr Pug larvae
possible Satyr Pug larvae on thistle
female Scorpion fly, Panorpa species
male cricket, Short-winged Conehead, Conocephalus dorsalis
Tachinid fly - id needed
Thick-headed Flies courting, Sicus ferrugineus
Thistle Bell, Epiblema scutulana

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