Firstly, late entries from last weekend:
327 Hydroporus palustris - some small water beetles in a weedy ditch on the common. Found these rather difficult to key, but they seemed to fit most of the features I was able to check and it's apparently very common. Not gen.det. though.
328 Sap Beetle Glischrochilus hortensis - a couple of these distinctive beetles landed on the table in the beer garden of the pub; nice to be able to name them, as I've come across further examples since. Useful key here.
329 Chrysoperla carnea - green lacewing keyed as well as I could, although not entirely convinced about the wing shape re the pics in Plant (1997).
330 House Martin - great to see these back in good time, after the late arrivals of some earlier migrants
331 Ypsolopha mucronella - a distinctive micro-moth that I seem to catch most years, although it looks quite localised in Norfolk.
332 Calathus fuscipes - a medium sized black carabid beetle with notably serrated claws.
333 Carabus granulatus - fantastic big beetle under a plant pot on top of a willow stump in our drive.
334 Small Eggar - fantastic to get this for the third year running here - a rare moth, at light at least. Thought I'd missed the chance with the poor spring weather and this seems to be the latest Norfolk spring record.
Nothing new but nice to see flowers on Greater Stitchwort at last.
Ditto Garlic Mustard now in flower.
335 Bembidion tetracolum - a small carabid beetle near the moth-trap (another found following day).
336 Whitethroat - singing early morning
337 Blackthorn - just realised I hadn't yet written this down!
338 Curled Pondweed - photographed distinctive water plant in ditch - thanks to John Martin for help!
339 Cheilosia vernalis - a small black hoverfly, lifer for me.
340 Bembidion quadrimaculatum - another small carabid
341 Hop - starting to grow in my front hedge
342 Liocoris tripustulatus - keyed out this distinctive bug found whilst pulling out nettles from the garden
343 Glow-worm - a larva found under a log on the common; nice surprise, although I've noted a few adults here in previous years.
344 Sticky Mouse-ear - almost in flower
345 Spear Thistle - leaves only
346 Sweet Vernal Grass - flower heads appearing
347 Ragwort - leaves only
348 Brindled Beauty - in trap despite temperature dropping below freezing!
349 Lesser Whitethroat - singing early morning (and now three Whitethroats)
350 Bombus hypnorum - queen Tree Bumblebee nectaring in garden
351 Broad-leaved Dock - rather belated addition!
352 Bombus hortorum - queen in garden
353 Eupeodes corollae - hoverfly in garden
354 Phyllonorycter rajella - a surprise find, netting an adult - I normally only record this as mines
355 Amara familiaris - yet another carabid keying epic, but pretty confident with it in the end.
356 Brown House-moth - a couple in the house this evening, seems a bit of a late appearance.
Sweet Vernal Grass
Switched-off Glow-worm (I think - please tell me if wrong)
Small Eggar (a photo of one from a previous year, but you get the idea)