I love the little, sinister face on the thorax.
Now I know this species is here it is worth looking for the flightless females. So out I went with torches and macro camera, looking on the Sycamore boughs in the evening just after dark. I found lots of slugs, Tree Slug Lehmannia marginata, and Green Cellar Slug Limacus maculatus.
And I also found this which is not meant to be here... Oligolophus hanseni (not found in Orkney before) . But possibly here because years ago my neighbour imported conifers from Aberdeen - further investigation required.
Note the dark hair on the central member of the trident, one of the key features.
Another new species for me found at the weekend was this cranefly Tipula pagana, the females are easily identified as they have these reduced wings.
Finally the night time hunting produced this minute and beautiful mushroom, Mycena sp