Friday, August 26, 2005

Broads Wildlife

Some of the wildlife on show during a week with lots of weather, good and bad, on a boat on the Norfilk Broads. We spent almost the whole time on the Rivers Ant and Bure. The Crescent and Webb's Wainscot moths were new to me.

The Crescent (Celaena leucostigma)

Webb's Wainscot (Archanara sparganii)

Bulrush Wainscot (Nonagria typhae)

Reed Dagger (Simyra albovenosaphae)

Buff-tip (Phalera bucephala), larva

Schoenobius gigantella

Elachista maculicerusella

Lacewing larva

Rhingia campestris

Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea)

Nikon Coolpix 995


pam said...

Hi. We would like to use your image of lacewing larvae in our book, The Garden's Guide to Common Sense Pest Control. It is a revision of an earlier edition - you can find it on the web and read about it if you wish.

This is the best image we have found of the insect. It's terrific. Please let me know if this is possible. Thank you. Pam Weatherford

Brian said...

Please go ahead crediting Brian Stone and including a link to this blog. All the best.