I`ve only found it once - many years ago on young alders at a Carmarthenshire sand dune site. Don`t lurk too much around the alders though, or we`ll be calling you Alderman Evans! Keep up the good work.
No worries, Ian, I'm transferring my lurking to oaks, in the hope of a Lobster Moth larva.
I always say you can't beat a nice bit of lurking! Lovely looking larva too! I wonder what function those spines (?) serve?
Nice find Mark.
'Lurking' is not listed in methods in MapMate, however I was amused to see this was... 'Attracted to virgin female'
Excellent find Mark, we'll done.
It certainly does the heart good to have a good old lurk, now ant then! Thanks for the congrats. As for the spines, I had wondered myself, particularly about why they thicken at the tips.
Probably to ward off lurkers!