Monday, 15 June 2020

Privet Twist and a Ringlet

Ringlet, Aphantopus hyperantus
Yesterday (June 14) at Rewell Wood I spotted my first Ringlet of the year. I also got close to a Large White. The Meadow Browns were flopping around all over the place. A new moth appeared, a Privet Twist, also numbers of Common Marbles, Common Yellow Conches and White-barred Golds plus a Garden Grass-veneer and a Hoary Bell. An Azure Damselfly appeared.
Privet Twist, Clepsis consimilana 

Azure Damselfly, Coenagrion puella

unidentified bug nymph

Common Marble, Celypha lacunana 

Common Yellow Conch, Agapeta hamana 

Figwort Sawfly, Tenthredo scrophulariae 

Garden Grass-veneer, Chrysoteuchia culmella 

Greater Bird's-foot-trefoil, Lotus pedunculatus 

Green Shieldbug nymph, Palomena prasina 

Hoary Bell, Eucosma cana 

Large White female, Pieris brassicae 

Large White female, Pieris brassicae 

Leafhopper, Eupteryx urticae 

Ringlet, Aphantopus hyperantus 

Speckled Bush Cricket nymph, Leptophyes punctatissima 

St. John's Wort, Hypericum androsaemum 

tiny Strawberry Blossom Weevil, Anthonomus rubi

White-barred Gold, Micropterix aruncella

White-barred Gold, Micropterix aruncella

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