no idea what the foodplant was, swept from tall vegetation (wildflowers and shrubs)
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Thanks Alan. It looks exactly right for this genus (with over 200 species!)
I get the impression Uroleucon has been formed from the old Dactynotus (which is what this would have been) and Uromelan genera - and maybe others - so I'm not surprised it's large.
They've got 20 species on the NBN now with grid maps for 3 of them based on records from 1 locality!
Lat/Lng: 51.4136, -2.5817
OS grid ref: ST596684