dominicpic's picture

Red-headed Cardinal Beetle

Observed: 17th June 2013 By: dominicpicdominicpic’s reputation in Invertebratesdominicpic’s reputation in Invertebratesdominicpic’s reputation in Invertebratesdominicpic’s reputation in Invertebrates
Species interactions

No interactions present.


Fenwickfield's picture


Is the spelling right as there are no other specimens showing on the carousal below


dominicpic's picture


Don't understand what you mean about spelling- as far as I'm aware ared-headed Cardinal Beetle is relatively easy to spell and I think I have it right- Latin was looked up and copied.

Fenwickfield's picture


The reason I asked was that there were no other examples showing on the carousel below,but as I looked again there were so it must have been an ispot error not yours.I apologise if I have caused you any offence about this matter


Wildlife Ranger's picture

i-spot workings

Slighly unrelated but good to know - I think it needs the first agreement to trigger the carousel on occasions Sheila? and also it does not on occasions show the carousel without a binonial hence the need to the full name which is understandable if we say considerred a Grayling as it does know whether to serve a fish or a butterfly !!