My target list contains about 30 species, but most of them I know where to find them and have some people who can help me look for some of the others that I don't. However, I have at least two species that I have know idea where to even look and I am hoping that you can help me.
The stag beetle and the emperor moth are both extremely beautiful, large, iconic and impressive insects. They are also increasingly scarce and localised. I have always wanted to see them but I don't know where to find them. I do know, however, that a stag beetle hotspot is Colchester in Essex, so if you are from there or if you know where to find them in Norfolk, please let me know! As for emperor moths, I once saw a caterpillar of one in north Norfolk a few years ago but never the adult which I really want to see. If you want to help me out or have any other suggestions of species to look for that I would have never had thought of within the East Anglian region (preferably in Norfolk), let me know in the comments below. Thank you!
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