Puss Moth MYL 111
Light Arches MYL 112
Coxcomb Prominent 1 MYL113
The Drinker 2 MYL 114
With the weather forcast fine for the rest of the day decided to have a ride out to one of Norfolk's many heaths. The Bell heather was lush and still in flower, no doubt assisted by all the rain we've been getting. I managed to see at least three Dartford Warblers, one being of this years brood, it looks like this species is going to be well and truely established , with not a reintroduction scheme in sight! I was over here to see the leps though (butterflies etc) and did manage a close up of this Brown Argus
There were also several of these fast moving Green Tiger Beetles zooming about
But my main quarry was the Silver-studded Blue butterfly that I eventually located and saw four in a relatively small area.
Silver-studded Blue- a lep tick!