These Adela were swarming around the fresh oak leaves today.
No interactions present.
You have two different species pictured.
The image in the top right is a Nematopogon.
The others are indeed A. reaumurella.
Hi Douglas - could you clarify which image you mean? The top right image - 4271 - is of the swarming activity. The bottom image - 4273 - was one of the individuals from that swarm. The top left - 4291 - was a little distance away. Do you think 4273 and 4291 are different species?
Thanks, I think I've worked it out now - I've separated the set and added another id. Cheers, Peter
Yes, thinking about it, it was top left!
These Nematopogon are quite similar so can't be separated very easily from photos.
Lat/Lng: 53.8575, -1.8252
OS grid ref: SE115401
Natural woodland incorporated into park, edge of moorland.