Sawfly - Bramble
Taken at Titchwell on 30th June 2016 using Panasonic Lumix LX5 in macro mode.
Fact File
 

Sawfly - Bramble.
Species:
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Family:
A.K.A.
Arge cyanocrocea.
Hymenoptera.
Argidae.

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Leaves of Brambles, mainly Blackberry, Raspberry and Great Burnet.
Pollen and nectar on Hogweed,Tansy and Ground Elder.
Hedgerows and umbellifers.
Up to 8 mm
The larvae of this species look like caterpillars, but they have five pairs of prolegs, while caterpillars have four pairs
May - July.