Insects move to Solihull.
Two kinds of bushcricket, previously only found along the south coast, have been found in the borough for the first time.
Roesel's Bushcricket and the Long-Winged Conehead were both found by one of Solihull Council's park rangers while working in some of the borough's parks.
The Roesel's Bushcricket, which is green and brown with a short fat body and long back legs, was spotted in Lavender Hall Park in Balsall Common and in Hillfields Park.
The Long-Winged Cone-head, which is bright green with long, brown antennae, was found in Brueton Park.