Let's go back to the first day of the two-day Pan Species Listers' meeting.
Two days in the field with extremely knowledgeable naturalists (who also happen to be really good company) has left me exhausted, physically and mentally!!!
On Friday, we met at Parham Park in West Sussex, and targeted saproxylic insects, about which I know next to nothing!
Feast your eyes on some highlights......
|A nationally scarce species - Korynetes caeruleus|
|The larva of the Cobweb Beetle - Ctesias serra|
|Criorrhina floccosa - named the Gingernut Hoverfly.......|