Monday, 6 June 2016

Local walk in Tudeley Woods

Went to Brakeybank in Tudeley woods with local expert Ian Beavis. There is always so much information to take in. Early, Carder and White-tailed bee seen. A few different crickets and plenty of different plants.

Wasp beetle which I found and think looks good

Burnet Companion moth (Euclidia glyphica)

Plenty of Spotted Orchid in the meadow

Carder bee (Bombus pascuorum)

Green-veined White

Slow worm

Scaly male fern (Dryopteris affinis
at the base it has yellow-brown scales

Speckled bush-cricket (Leptophyes punctatissima)

Dark bush-cricket (Pholidoptera griseoaptera)

Green longhorn moth (Adela viridella)

A enjoyable walk and already looking forward to the next one.  Next blog I go back to Beddington Farmlands, which is one of the first places I went birding all those years ago.

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