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Swollen Thighed Beetles – Where are the females?
In our May 2023 entry posted just two days ago, we noted that whilst this year has been brilliant in terms of numbers of Swollen Thighed Beetles present, we were perplexed as to why we were only seeing males, which have the distinct swollen thighed (hind femora) appearance shown below, and never any females. Well as always when posting something like this, the inevitable happened and the very next day females aplenty. Just to demonstrate…
Our May 2023 calendar entry has been uploaded to the website. Lots of new species recorded and as stated in our previous post we reached the 550 species mark! DC: 02/06/2023
Rare Spider Came to visit
Yesterday was rather exciting as lazy bank holiday Mondays go in the Garden. For us it was the day the rare spider called Cryptachaea blattea came to visit. Well, probably! We did attempt to get consensus from a Spider ID group but there is a chance this could be a different species called Parasteatoda tepidariorum, which isn’t especially common either. However we believe it was the former which is a species introduced from Africa to…
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