For the second of our post-strict-lockdown family walks we decided to go to Holt Country Park. Unfortunately it was a drizzly day, but we stuck to the plan and had a nice walk around one of my childhood stomping grounds. Rose in particularly enjoyed splashing in some of the semi-permanent puddles that line one of the long rides. The weather meant we didn't see many butterflies, but there was still a smattering of interesting sightings, including a fairly scarce leaf mining moth in Rowan, Stigmella sorbi.
Mite gall on birch
Barred Rowan Pigmy (Stigmella sorbi) leaf mine
Agromyza johannae mine in Broom
Suillus sp (a type of Bolete)
Blusher (Amanita rubescens)