Another minute insect, about 3mm long. My eye seems to be drawn to them at the moment. This is a female Ditropis pteridis, a planthopper from the Delphacidae family. Its wings seem ridiculously small to me, approximately 1/4 the length of the abdomen in females (as below) and 1/2 the length in the male. I'm not sure if they can fly, but they can hop like grasshoppers for quick transportation. Generally, though, they walk slowly to avoid detection.
This is the only Delphacid to specialize on bracken, which is where I found it.