The Castle Hill reserve in East Sussex a superb example of the type of unimproved calcareous grassland that the crickets require.
The spermataphore is clearly visible on the end of the abdomen below the base of the ovipositor.
Wart-biter Bush-cricket - Decticus verrucivorus
Round-headed Rampion - Phyteuma orbiculare
Clouded Yellow - Colias croceus
The helice form of Clouded Yellow.
Unfortunately it didn't stay put long enough for a better photo.
Maybe next year.
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