Back home now of course. The moth above showed up on the outside of the factory wall at work; it’s only a small one, but I think this is the double-striped pug. They are dead common and range from quite intense brick-red stripes to worn-out and washed-out fawn. This one is more or less halfway between the two.
On the left and below is a particularly well-marked crane fly of the genus Nephrotoma, the spotted crane fly. I think the dark smudge on the wings makes this Nephrotoma quadriferia.
The spider below, Linyphia triangluata, is quite small at about a centimetre long, but is huge and colourful considering it is actually a money spider, which are usually tiny and black or brown. Another thing they usually do is hang upside-down from hammock webs in bushes or long grass, so to find one in a vertical position on the factory wall is a bit unusual. The swollen pedipalps (the organs on the front of its head) show it up as a male.