Oak Bush-Cricket.Fully winged in both sexes .The male has a pair of long curved cerci at rear ,whilethe female's ovipositer curves gently upwards.Thereis no song.July-Nov ,living in a wide range of trees and often coming to lights at night .
The Forester-The metallic forwings range from yellowish green to almost blue and the hindwings are smoky grey .May to -august in rough grassland and woodland clearing,both dry and damp.Winterton-on- Sea north dunes.
Banded Demoiselle-The male has a metallic green or blue body and wings have a dark blue patch in the outer half.Thefemale has a green body and greenish-yellow wings .It breeds in slow -moving ,usually muddy streams.Fowlmere Cambridgeshire
Dark Green Fritillary-This Butterfly of open habitats is unaffected by strong winds and has a fast and direct flight.fortunately,it frequently feeds on the flowers of thistle and knapweed ,allowing for close-up views.Like most other fritillaries ,it has orange upperwings with dark spots .The underside of the hindwings,however ,are distinctive green colour,marked with white spots,Winterton north dunes.
White Admiral-A woodland butterfly,the white admiral is fast flying and alert to danger.However,it also feeds on the flowers of brambles and typically is reluctant to leave a good source of nectar .Consequently ,it can often be observed at close range for extended periods if you approach it without making any sudden movements.The blackish brown upperwings are marked with distinctive white bands ;the pattern of white is similar, but more extensive ,on the underwings,which have a rich orange-brown ground colour.Upton marshes Norfolk.