Given the recent wet weather, one may as well give up on lepidoptera or aculeates or anything that requires sunshine! Molluscs are now the ideal choice! The accompanying photo shows Limax flavus, a slug that is closely associated with human habitation, favouring old mortared walls and buildings. It is a local species - I saw my first, over 20 years ago in a farmyard at Llansawel in mid-Carmarthenshire. Subsequently, I have noted it on quite a few occasions on old walls in urban/suburban Llanelli (there are old records for Swansea too). It has yellowish markings on an olive background, with blue-grey tentacles.