Several of these small cockroach nymphs beaten from Yew trees.
No interactions present.
Amazing, I didn't realise these climbed trees! Is it safe to distinguish the nymphs from other species of Ectobius?
Entomologist and biological recorder
I didn't expect to find these up a tree either, especially up a Yew!
E. pallidus nymphs are the only species with the dark spots on head, thorax and abdomen (Marshall & Hayes, 1990, Grasshoppers and allied Insects of Great Britain and Ireland).
Thanks for the ID info Andy.
Lat/Lng: 51.3003, -0.1863
OS grid ref: TQ265572