As you can see here it looks as if this was a female trying to penetrate the leaves with her ovipositor unless I've got a lot more to learn than I think.
Another surprise this week turned up on my house wall. This is The Slender Groundhopper (Tetrix subulata) and lives in waterside areas. Interestingly I have only ever seen it's relative Cepero's Groundhoppr (Tetrix ceperoi) in the Swansea and Gower area and I have no idea why it should turn up on the side of a house in Tycoch.
On the wall inside the house was a Twenty Plume Moth (Alucita hexadactyla),
slightly less surprising and equal in number to an effort at moth trapping on a warm but clear night with winds coming from spain. The only reward in this case was a Hebrew Character (Orthosia gothica).
A type of Blood Bee (Sphecodes sp.) also turned up on the wall but this will not be identifiable from a photograph as identification relies on microscopic features and is quite challenging.
The final wall dwellers are common small spiders without english names I can find. The first is a 'Jumping Spider' Salticus scenicus, this is a male with big black chelicerae.
The second is also a male, Xysticus cristatus a type of 'Crab Spider'
The female was found in the rear lawn in bare areas
Please feel to comment if you disagree with my spider identifications as I am no expertise in this area and am happy to learn.