Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Macro World in Our Cambridgeshire Garden

I am aiming to record the invertebrate life in our garden this year as fully as possible so I spent an hour lurking in the undergrowth today seeing what was living there. I now realise why the Frog Hopper is so named - it is responsible for the Cuckoo Spit foam on plant stems around its young (green nymphs). The Shield Bugs and Scorpion fly were good finds with several other species of fly not yet identified. I hope to get identifications and then post them on my Toft Invertebrates Blog.

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