Seeing recent pictures of White-spotted Sable Moth, Anania funebris, photographed at Bonsai Bank near Canterbury, was too much temptation. Heading out with Max, I asked him to look out for a smart black and white micro...and after two minor false alarms, he came up trumps!
The natural history exploits of Ross Newham - and the ultimate cure for insomnia!
Sunday, 19 May 2019
Sunday, 5 May 2019
The Dukes of Bonsai Bank; 5 May 2019
Nice trip to Bonsai Bank today to visit the last (I think) colony of Duke of Burgundy in Kent. Lots on the wing - many showing down to just a few centimeters in the cool-ish temps. Many Common Lizards (which were Lacerta vivipara but aren't any longer) including this dull individual and several of those stunning Red-and-black Froghopper (Cercopis vulnerata). All in all - a nice trip out.
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