|In early July
2012, Gary Joynt and ourselves found an Assassin Bug
nymph in an area of ancient grass heath in Sherwood
Forest CP. It's identity was unknown and preseumed to be Coranus
subapterus - the Heath Assassin Bug. In late July
2017, we swept an adult Coranus sp (upper four
photographs) from an area of Budby South Forest and when
photographing it, presumed it was a female C. subapterus.
On return home and after reviewing the photographs, we
realised that it may not be C. subapterus and
mcould well be something else. Investigations are
continuing, as is the search for another specimen.