Short winged conehead, female, possibly. Unsure.
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Thank you Steve for the ID, will keep searching for the SW conehead, it's here somewhere.
It's seem fussy about sites in inland areas? The only time I saw Short-winged CH was on Rush stems in a wet patch near a pond at Otmoor SSSI near Oxford. (Long-winged CH abundant at numerous sites throughout county). A bat detector could help? Good luck.
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Thanks Steve, have detector, have a boggy patch with soft rush in the field will look there. Trying to record everything I have on the field attached to the house, trying to stop the council re-developing it.
Lat/Lng: 52.3, -0.8
OS grid ref: SP8273