Well we were certainly getting strange looks (and questions on our return) from the beach as Tim swung his large sweep net all over the undercliff.
A fantastic day adding lots of new species more details to follow (and several more species to add) but just to say now on 518 for the year.
Also a story of 2 key species for the rest of you.
Western Bee Fly - no sign of one whatsoever.
However as we first approached the undercliff in the morning I was just saying to Tim that I had had no sign of Cliff Tiger Beetle so far this year, and perhaps his visit was a little early in the year. Then literally - an overused word but in this case strictly true - the first insect we saw was Cliff Tiger Beetle. And we must of seen getting on for 10 of them during the day