Female Long-winged Conehead nymph.
I joined a great bunch of wildlife enthusiasts this morning, to 'mini-bioblitz' Millennium Wood in Exmouth - a former rubbish tip that has been capped and left to grow wild for over 20 years. It's private and council-owned but we were allowed special access for the day. I was able to identify a few bits and pieces but there was a great deal of stuff that I couldn't put a name to. If anybody is able to identify the un-captioned species I'd be very grateful, or indeed if I've misidentified anything I would appreciate someone letting me know.
Many thanks to Jan Gannaway, Debs Rylands and the rest of the team for making it happen, and for inviting me along.
Pearl Veneer - Agriphila straminella
Meadow Grasshopper nymph.
Common Marble - Celypha lacunana
Dark Fleabane Neb - Apodia bifractella on Common Fleabane.
Common Grass-veneer - Agriphila tristella
Male Red-tailed Bumble Bee
Field Grasshopper nymph
Marmalade Hoverfly - Episyrphus balteatus
Common Carder Bumble Bee - Bombus pascuorum
Tortoise Shieldbug - Eurygaster testudinaria
Buff-tailed Bumble Bee - Bombus terrestris