As mentioned in my previous post four of us went leafmining yesterday and came back with approximately fifty species from the two locations. Not all mines, some larvae, pupae and a couple of adults too. Ten or so of these will need to be bred through to be sure of the species.
|Tischeria ekebladella on Oak|
|Phyllonorycter sorbi on Rowen|
|Clouded Magpie larva on ?Elm|
Does anyone have any idea on this as yet unidentified larva, still happily eating it's way through the leaf as I type. Hairy and similar to some plume larva but a little too big I think.
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