A few more beasties for you.No.1 Agapanthia Villosoviridescens, a quite rare beetle in Britian.No.2 Lily Beetle, quite a pestNo.3 Cardinal beetle, very fond of eating each other when food is short.No.4 Lesser Stag Beetle.
Some more wild things for you, wildflowers this time.No.1 A field of Poppies on the way down to Levington Marina.No.2 A lonely Cornflower at LevingtonNo.3 The common Bird Cherry.No.4 Black Bryony.No.5 BrooklimeNo.6 Hawks Bit or as some people call it Fox & Cubs.
Back with the creepy crawliesNo.1 C0ckchafers showing an interest in each other. They are also known as the June Bug.No.2 It worked, C0ckchafers mating. No.3 Deraeocoris RuberNo.4 Leptura Rubra (Female)No.5 Leptura Rubra (Male)No.6 Sexton Beetle
Theres bugs galore in Suffolk.No.1 Brown Bush CricketNo.2 CricketNo.3 Hawthorn Shield BugNo.4 Shield BugNo.5 Squash BugNo.6 Pair of Froghoppers