By-catch from our moth trap.
No interactions present.
I am outvoted on a sexton again, but see the key to Nicrophorus species at http://www.amentsoc.org/publications/beetle-news/2009/beetle-news-march-....
This beast clearly has orange antennal clubs. It cannot therefore be vespilloides.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
ok Syrphys, I've followed the link and changed my agreement.:)
Ophrys is right and I withdraw my ID. I'd concntrated on colouring of elytra and lack of yellow hairs on thorax. The orange tips to antennal clubs do indeed indicate N. indicator.
Hampshire Dragonfly recorder
Hampshire & IOW Wildlfe Trust
No problem - it is all a learning process!
You might just hit the 'agree' button for investigator so that it appears as the Likely ID.
Lat/Lng: 56.0714, -3.2176
OS grid ref: NT242871