The Bog Bush-cricket has a brown body with a bright green underside to abdomen. The top of pronotum and wings are usually brown or bright green.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Brown Hairstreak Butterfly||Thecla betulae||
The upperside of the Brown hairstreaks' wings are a rich brown. The female has a bar of orange... more
|Geranium Bronze Butterfly||Cacyreus marshalli||
Similar in appearance to the Brown Argus but lacks the orange spots. An accidental introduction... more
|Green-veined White Butterfly||Pieris napi||
Wings white with prominent greenish veins on hind wing. Uppers have one or more spots. Small... more
|Large Skipper||Ochlodes faunus||
Upperwings dark brown and orange brown with pale markings. Underwings buff-ish orange with paler... more
|Mintho rufiventris||Mintho rufiventris||
A rare Tachinid fly with distribution mainly in south-east England. The fly in the pic is one... more