2021 May 10
Jeremy Tatum writes: We showed eggs and young caterpillars of the Eglantine Sheep Moth on April 4, 5, 18, 22. Here is one of the caterpillars grown a little more. It is not nearly full grown yet.
Eglantine Sheep Moth Hemileuca eglanterina (Lep.: Saturniidae) Jeremy Tatum
Val George writes: Spring has really sprung. This morning, May 10, whilst birding along the power line crossing Prospect Lake Road, I saw an abundance of butterflies: Many (two to...
2021 May 9
Sid and Rosemary Jorna have been photographing spiders in their Kemp Lake property – and Dr Robb Bennett has identified them for us. Of the first one, Dr Bennett writes: This is the introduced species Dysdera crocata, which the British call the slater slayer because of its taste for woodlice.
Dysdera crocata (Ara.: Dysderidae) Sid Jorna
Philodromus rufus (Ara.: Philodromidae) Rosemary Jorna
Jochen Möhr writes that he had no moths at all at ...