A few more shots from Monday and Tuesday . Small Red-eyed Damselfly at the Farm lake . Apart from obvious size difference , identified by blue on underside of the segment , immediately in front of the all blue one . Also at the Farm lake , two Black-tailed Skimmers , in the ring . Only problem , both are in male colours . I also have a shot of the female (male) , ovipositing . Will have to contact someone regarding this pair . In an outhouse at my Warden's place , found this large moth , caught up in spiders webs . I didn't recognise it at first , but when it closed it's wings , it was easier . I placed the Buff Tip outside in the log store , to await evening .Also found this Light Emerald , with blood red spots on the angles of the wings . Some of the species , like this one , also have red line joining the two spots along the back of the fore and hind wings .Another that I think I have identified , is this Scalloped Oak . Dun-bar.But am going to need some help with this one , Dean . Engrailed .Help also needed please with this colourfully winged insect . Six Belted Clearwing .
Shouldn't have attempted the Scalloped Oak , as that was incorrect .
The correct identifications are in green below each shot . Many thanks to Dean / DDD for puttings things right , again . Also Mike Easterbrook , Kent Butterfly Recorder , for emailing the identification of the Clearwing .
Also thanks to Davo / L&LOAWS , for his attempt and getting the family right with the Clearwing , which was a lot better than I did .
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