Submitted by Steve Mathers on Mon, 15/05/2017 - 07:20

One image could be an intermediate life-cycle form, the spade-shaped head looks like a homopteran bug but the feeble little wings seem to preclude this.

 

The other image structurally looks like a tenthro sawfly Rhogogaster or similar, can't match to anything in the libraries and online sawfly resources and forums appear limited, anyone with a good field guide able to advise?

 

 

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Submitted by Steve Mathers on Wed, 17/05/2017 - 10:30

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Concluded we have a non-biting midge and a teneral Rhogogaster viridis for these two, ignore placeholder image file names.