Abia sericea (Linnaeus, 1767), (a clubhorned sawfly)


22 Jul 2004 at OSGR: SU73 in North Hants, England

Record SummaryMale imago on Ash and Dogwood/Clematis leaves
Found asMale imago
Date22 July 2004
OS grid refOSGR: SU73
Lat/Lon51° 0' N, 0° 60' W
Vice CountyNorth Hants, VC no: 12
CountryEngland
Voucher22 Jul 2004[F]
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Notes: When disturbed by photography the sawfly moved between two small patches of shrubby regrowth about 20m apart. Although of different species (Ash regrowth vs. a clump of Traveller's Joy and Dogwood) they were of similar size (about 1.5m across and 0.6m high) colour, tone, morphology (multi-stemmed regrowth) and even leaf shape (Ash and Clematis).

The following literature was used to identify this find:

standard photographs and close-ups
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