Brassica bugLook out for gorgeous little Brassica Bugs on crucifer species, such as Scurvy-grass or Garlic Mustard.
Photo: Sally Luker

Marmalade flyThe Marmalade Fly, our most common hoverfly, can be seen most of the year, as overwintering adults will emerge on sunny winter days.
Photo: Amanda Scott

Common DarterThe Common Darter is one of our latest-flying dragonflies: it is on the wing into October, and even November in warmer autumns.
Photo: Terry Thirlaway

Crab spiderLook on white and yellow flowerheads to see if you can spot a female Crab Spider – the camouflage is very good, so you’ll need to search carefully.
Photo: Terry Thirlaway

 The bright colour of Sulphur Beetles makes them hard to miss, despite being small. 

Photo: Terry Thirlaway

Red-veined Darter, Windmill FarmWindmill Farm is a good place to see Red-veined Darters, a relatively scarce summer migrant to the UK. 
Photo: Dougy Wright

The striking wasp-mimic hoverfly Chrysotoxum bicinctum is found in grassy places and more open areas in woodland.
Photo: Andy Pay

A common sight in the summer, watch out for the darting, hovering flight of the Four-spotted Chaser dragonfly.
Photo: Terry Thirlaway