Our response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Situation More details

Bugs

Adding individual species is a work in progress. Go here for the full list of species in PDF format to download


Hawthron Shield Bug - Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale


Adelges laricis


Anthocoris nemoralis


Common Flower Bug - Anthocoris nemorum


Giant Froghopper - Aphrophora alni


Water Bug - Callicorixa praeusta


Calocoris (Calocoris) alpestris


Calocoris (Closterotomus) norwegicus


Calocoris (Grypocoris) stysi


Calocoris (Lophyromiris) sexguttatus


Black and Red Froghopper - Cercopis vulnerata

This frog hopper lives underground in its solidified froth. It lives on the roots of plants. Once rare in the north, now more common.


Green Leaf Hopper - Cicadella viridis

The male is blue whilst the female is more green. They like the damp wetland and marshy areas and can be seen from July through to Ocotber.


Juniper Aphid - Cinara (Cupressobium) juniperi

As the name suggests these aphids were found on the Junipers near the Cascading Ponds.


Cixius nervosus


Corixa punctata


Corizus hyoscyami

This was found on the heath during an activity for children run by Dr Key


Cymus glandicolor


Juniper Shield Bug - Cyphostethus tristriatus


Deraeocoris (Deraeocoris) ruber


Parent Bug - Elasmucha grisea


Pond Skater - Gerris (Gerris) gibbifer


Common Pond Skater - Gerris (Gerris) lacustris


Toothed Pond Skater - Gerris (Gerris) odontogaster


Gerris (Gerriselloides) lateralis


Hesperocorixa castanea


Page 1 of 3 pages  1 2 3 >