A Cladonia found on the edge of a lawn turned out to be C.chlorophaea. Suspected Phaonia pallida from a water trap in Bathing House Wood was confirmed by its underwing setae, and a couple of female Anthomyia turned out to be festiva. All these were preceded by a Field Blewit which was found in the grassy triangle behind Lumsdaine Drive.
Waxwings still not here and no sign of the Hawfinch invasion here yet, though I haven't been out much in the mornings due to other commitments. You never know!
|1010||Lepista nuda||Field Blewit|
|1011||Cladonia chlorophaea||A lichen|
|1012||Phaonia pallida||A muscid fly|
|1013||Anthomyia festiva||A flower fly|