A moth and some larvae

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First time ever we had a Cinnabar moth in our garden today. Perhaps it was attracted by the single Ragwort growing in our 'lawn' beside the pond. Also our Solomon's Seal Sawfly larvae are back, munching away at the Solomon's Seal leaves. They strip all the leaves off our plants each year, apparently without adverse effect on the plants. The adults are small black flies much smaller than the larvae which appear at the beginning of May.

from David Guyoncourt: 11 June 2020