At times like this I work on background research, e.g. looking for identifications for species that I didn't manage to name previously.
So it is with great pleasure that I have found the name for a leafhopper that I photographed on 8th July 2007:
|The leafhopper Eupterix urticae - a nettle associate|
The original page can be found here, and I can confirm that it is an adult, and not a nymph, even at 3mm. long.
At this time, I also work on my powerpoint presentations for next year. I make two different wildlife talks for each year: one for adults and the other for schools. (I also have one that I use for talks for photographic societies). I like to make my talks as interesting and useful as possible, drawing on the photographs that I take and the research that I carry out. If you have found anything on my website to be of particular interest, then drop me a comment and I'll see if I can include it.