Amazing British Bugs ID cards
If you or someone you know loves bugs then you are going to love this super fun set of cards introducing you to 70 amazing bugs found in the British Isles.
They couldn’t fit every bug that you might see in the set so Ria has chosen 70 that will give you a great introduction to some of the amazing bugs you might find.
8 in stock
As ever this set has been designed and illustrated by Ria in her home studio in sunny Wiltshire, and printed in the UK using FSC certified materials and coated with a water based varnish that means they remain recyclable at the end of their life. They are printed in a solar powered factory.
Each Card is double sided, with a bug featured on each side.
There is an illustration of the bug along with their common name, scientific name, when to see them in the year and a fun fact.
As ever the background colour of the card helps you sort them and learn something else as well, for these bug cards the colours help you organise your cards into different types of bugs, so you can have a look at all of the butterflies, or slugs or spiders etc together.
The pack includes information on the following bugs:
Green Tortoise Beetle, Bloody Nosed Beetle, Red Headed Cardinal Beetle, Stag Beetle, Common Glow Worm, Golden-ringed Dragonfly, Emperor Dragonfly, Common Blue Damselfly, Large Red Damselfly, Common Blue Butterfly, Small White Butterfly, Red Admiral Butterfly, Peacock Butterfly, Poplar Hawk-moth, Cinnibar MothScalloped Oak Moth, Swallow-tailed Moth, Elephant Hawk Moth, Oak Bush Cricket, Common Green Grasshopper, Meadow Grasshopper, Dark Bush Cricket, Narrow Headed Ant, Yellow Meadow Ant, Wood Ant, Black Garden Ant, Scorpion Fly, Dark Edged Bee Fly, Hornet Mimic Hoverfly, Earwig, Silverfish, Common Woodlouse, Brown Centipede, White Legged Snake Millipede, Cucumber Spider, Zebra Jumping Spider, Flower Crab Spider, Woodlouse Spider, Giant House Spider, Garden Spider, Leopard Slug,Yellow Slug, Dusky Slug, Large Black Slug, White Lipped Snail, Girdled Snail, Garden Snail, Rounded Snail, Redhead Worm, 7 Spot Ladybird, 2 Spot Ladybird, 14 Spot Ladybird, Harlequin Ladybird, Tree Wasp, Tawny Mining Bee, Red Mason Bee, Garden Bumblebee, Common Wasp, Honeybee, European Hornet, Sycamore Moth Caterpillar, Elephant Hawkmoth Caterpillar, Swallow-tailed Moth Caterpillar, Lime Hawk-moth Caterpillar, Cinnabar Moth Caterpillar Emperor Moth Caterpillar, Small Tortoiseshell Caterpillar, Speckled Wood Caterpillar, Common Green Shieldbug, and the Spiked Shieldbug