Tue 16/10/2018

Caddis fly
Caddis fly

Found this nice caddis fly on the warehouse wall today. It’s about an inch long and really pretty ugly, but quite easy to mistake for a moth.



Another thing was the male oak bush cricket below. I found out fairly recently that the wingless form is an invasive recent import. Most of the ones I have seen recently are wingless, like this:

Male oak bush cricket
Male oak bush cricket

And lastly, I found a medium-sized Segestria spider curled up in a crevice in the wall. When I poked it with a stick, it posed quite nicely for some photos. Evil-looking thing …

Spider Segestria florentina
Spider Segestria florentina

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