So many to name so little time...
Still fighting my way through photos from May...!!
but here are a few new Bugs, Butterflies,moths and trees from June
My first recording of a Cinnabar Tyria jacobaeae at the park, they don't stay still..
Seeing lots of Sheild bugs
|Family :Miridae with Nymph|
|NEED TO NAME|
At the Park on one of the grassed areas they cut, there is a group of Larch and Pine trees, this is were I first spotted the Woolly Larch Aphid.
On this tree the Cones have grown a funny shape, some have grown fat and flat
and some have grown fuzzing them self s together
Still have not managed to find out why...
In the same area the other trees have been fruiting, I never noticed them last year, so finding them all a little different.
This chap is a new one for me, you could not miss the bright green colouring on his body,
would not stay still so this is the best shot.
|Sawfly Rhogogaster viridis|
This plant was growing up through another tree, I suspect it came from a garden at some point, lovely flower.
There was no missing this green spider..
|Green Orb Spider|
|Snipe Fly Rhagio tringarius|
|Fish in the pond|