Lots of colour variations. Feeds on aphids.
Adults mimic wasps. Larvae feed on dead wood.
Most common ladybird, feeds on aphids, hibernates over winter.
Usually seen on the flowers of cow parsley and other umbelifer flowers.
This tiny wasp causes hairy galls to form on the stems of dog roses.
Its range has been steadily expanding north due to the warmer summers associated with climate change.
Particularly attracted to yellow.
Gives off a vile smelling fluid when threatened.
Are able to reproduce without mating, producing clones of themselves.