Had the chance for a bit of fieldwork this afternoon and fancied looking for some beetles in my square. Started by spending a few minutes in the garden sieving a few handfuls out of our compost heap. Two hours later I'd identified everything and my time was up. I'd normally rather spend more time outdoors and less time at the microscope but on a cold February afternoon, it wasn't such a bad way to spend my time. Total now up to 146.
Common Rough Woodlouse Porcellio scaber
Added these beetles:
Atheta harwoodi - only my 3rd record
14-spot Ladybird Propylea quattuordecimpunctata
And two bugs: