Tales from the Cryptocephalus

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Tuesday 19 July 2011 17:11

Finding things in quadrats is proving quite a good technique to add to my pan-species lit without having to really do anything. I added two species today. First off, what I am fairly sure is Cryptocephalus bilineatus. This is a Nb species that seems to have a concentration of records on the Downs, I was indeed at Southerham today.
Also in the quadrat, this gall on Hedge Bedstraw. In it was the larvae of the fly Geocrypta galii. Just a short one tonight as it's moth group and there is yet another exciting publication to get my hands on being unveiled tonight!

1 Response to "Tales from the Cryptocephalus"

Martin Harvey Says:

Looks good for C. bilineatus to me, I've just been looking at some from the Isle of Wight last weekend, pretty things!

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