ⓘ Category:Endemic fauna of England

Encarsia harrisoni

Encarsia harrisoni is a species of parasitoid wasp native to England. It was discovered in the playgrounds of Sevenoaks School, and named after David Harrison, chairman of the nearby Harrison Institute. Just a millimeter, species lays eggs in the whitefly lives on maple. No men were observed during the five years of study, the species is considered to be one.

Hornet robberfly

The hornet robberfly, Asilus crabroniformis, is a species of predatory insect of the Asilidae family. Reaching more than 25 mm in length body, is one of the largest flies in the United Kingdom. and it feeds on grasshoppers, dung beetles and other flies. In contrast to the real hornet robberfly in only one yellow spot on his stomach and one pair of wings. The larvae are believed to feed on dung beetle larvae and other detritivores. A. crabroniformis can be found at forest clearings and well-drained areas of heathland and fall, covering southern England and North-West Wales. It depends on th ...

Peripsocus consobrinus

Peripsocus consobrinus is a species of Psocoptera from Peripsocidae family. It is known from the type locality in Somerset, Britain I. and Scotland. The species is 3.5 millimetres long with dark forewings.

                                     

ⓘ Endemic fauna of England

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