13.9.16.

Tuesday…Sunny Morning, 25ºC.

Had a nice walk over HC this morning. Checked out the Wardens Office, and found what I think is a very dark White-spotted Pug, with hardly any white spots, to confuse things even more….

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Always amazes me how Moths which are attracted to lights, don’t really mind landing in amongst Spider webs. Note the different sized shed skins of a spider…

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I think this Ichneumon Wasp is Opheltes glaucopterus…

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Also on the wall was this Forest Bug….

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Autumn really does seem to be showing it’s colours in certain areas of the Common now. With this well worn Small Common blending in nicely…

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Although not identified yet, I did see quit a few Leaf Mines round HC…

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It was also nice to see young Heather shooting up in the sandy areas of the Heathland Corridor…

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The Honeysuckle now has it’s last flowers and it’s 1st berries…

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I don’t think I have seen this variety of Tachnid Fly before. It’s called Tachina fera…

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Good morning for butterflies, with this Red Admiral picking a nice place to land, on the beautiful flowering pink Heather….

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Comma were the most numerous butterflies this morning with at least 10 spotted…

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Also seen were a few Speckled Wood…

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Silver Y also on Autumnal vegetation…

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Common Darter….

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Unidentified Moth….

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