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NEast London Wainscot sp? (1 Viewer)

KenM

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Have discussed this with colleagues, at the moment just two candidates in the frame, namely Twin-spotted Wainscott and or Brown-veined Wainscot…any advances?
Habitat London Clay, nearest Reed clump perhaps 1/2 mile.

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KenM

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Maybe Webb's Wainscot?
I didn’t consider this for size and scarcity reasons, however none of the contenders would appear to fit the habitat, but clearly it’s a Wainscot that hasn’t been told yet.👍

Fwiw, Yellow Iris dominates my 6x3’ pond. 😮
 
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Jabberwocky

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Webb's status has been changed from Nb to common, the book is out of date. They are spreading Northwards and inland. I got my first on Monday morning. I've only a small garden pond surrounded by arable fields.
 

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