Cream-spot Tiger, Minsmere, 7th May
That night's moth trapping at home produced 3 new for the year: Little Dwarf Elachista canapennella, Bee Moth Aphomia sociella and Coxcomb Prominent.
Bee Moth Aphomia sociella, North Elmham, 7th May
Coxcomb Prominent, North Elmham, 7th May
The other moths were 4 Streamers, Brindled Pug, Brindled Beauty, 2 Waved Umbers, Pebble Prominent, 2 Lesser Swallow Prominents, Swallow Prominent, Chocolate-tip, Pale Tussock, Muslin Moth, 4 Hebrew Characters and Early Grey.
Chocolate-tip, North Elmham, 7th May
Caddisflies included Glyphotaelius pellucidus and 2 Limnephilus auricula. This wasp was in the trap, seemingly a German Wasp judging from the facial markings and large size. Apparently German Wasps are native the the UK, despite their name. Mind you, I doubt if that would stop Boris or Farage using them to support their case for Brexit if they knew about them - facts aren't important if you can play on fears, as any Trump will tell you.
German Wasp, North Elmham, 7th May
I hoped to put a name to this one too, but have failed to do so. I think it's possibly one of the Brachonid family of parasitic wasps but not sure about that.
unidentified insect, possibly one of the Brachonid wasps, North Elmham, 7th May