Friday, September 27, 2013

Update from TM0025
I’m pleased to say that I have made good progress in the last few days, in spite of my pessimism that the changing of the season would kill off all forms of life. I’ve just had to work a little harder at it.
823. Treecreeper, Certhia familiaris

824. Brown rat, Rattus norvegicus (interesting that it has taken so long to find one in an area that should be perfect for them)

825. Eristalis arbustorum
826. Eristalis intricarius
827. Platycheirus scutatus (identified by the diagnostic tarsal structure)

828. Syrphus vitripennis (identified by examining microtrichia on 2nd basal cell!)

Other flies
829. Short-palped cranefly, Limonia nebeculosa
830. Yellow dungfly, Scathophaga stercoraria

831. Common sun-beetle, Amara aenea
832. Lily beetle, Lilioceris lilii    

833. Common dogwood-grass aphid, Anoecia corni      

834. Blair’s shoulder-knot, Lithophane leautieri hersperica
835. Caloptilia elongella
836. Common marbled carpet, Chloroclysta truncata    

837. Large ranunculus, Polymixi flavicincta      
838. Lunar underwing, Omphaloscelis lunosa   

839. Nut bud moth, Epinotia tenerana
840. Red underwing, Catocala nupta
841. Sallow, Xanthia icteritia
842. Toadflax pug, Eupithecia linariata

843. Antistea elegans
844. Bark-sac spider, Clubiona corticalis (impressive, even with a leg missing)

845. Comb-footed spider, Theridion sisyphium
846. Crab spider, Xysticus cristatus
847. Euophrys aequipes
848. Harpactaea rubicunda
849. Sheet-web spider, Linyphia triangularis
850. Steatoda bipunctata

851. Orchesella cincta

852. Aegopinella nitidula

853. Zonitoides nitidus  

854. Black-headed worm, Aporrectodea longa

855. Dasineura fraxini (gall midge of ash)

856. Apple tree, Malus domestica
857. Bladder sedge, Carex vesicaria
858. Borage,  Borago officinalis
859. Broom fork-moss, Dicranum scoparium
860. Caper spurge, Euphorbia lathyris
861. Capillary thread-moss, Bryum capillare
862. Common feather-moss, Kindbergia praelonga
863. Fennel, Foeniculum vulgare
864. Great mullein, Verbascum thapsus
865. Sharp-flowered rush, Juncus acutiflorus
866. Velvet feather-moss, Brachytheciastrum velutinum
867. Wall screw-moss, Tortula muralis
868. Water chickweed, Myosoton aquaticum
869. White-tipped bristle-moss, Orthotrichum diaphanum

870. Glistening inkcap, Coprinellus micaceus
871. Parasola plicatilis
872. Shaggy inkcap, Coprinus comatus
873. Split gill, Schizophyllum commune
874. Thin-walled maze-polypore, Daedaleopsis confragosa
875. White fibre-cap, Inocybe geophylla

1 comment:

  1. Great stuff Sven, I think your challenge is becoming the most exciting and could be a close-run thing. Certainly do-able still, but not easy! Go for it.

    P.S. I still need rat.