It was hard work today in the windy and changeable weather finding things of interest and it was only a small area of Wavendon Heath that caught the eye.
There was this rather nicely marked female Common Blue on the heather:
Some lichens of the genus Peltigera shaded by heather. (I had thought these to be liverworts, but thanks to Alan Outen for correcting me):
And thank goodness for fences, with a pair of robber flies
and a micro moth larva encased in twigs: