Torphins is a village in upper Deeside, Aberdeenshire Scotland - see the map on the right. There is nothing particularly special about the wood, it is a mixed species coniferous/deciduous wood, so things found there can probably be found in many other Scottish, British or even European woods.
In the U. K. woods have the highest diversity of invertebrates, because of the varied environments with abundant hiding/nesting places and food. In mixed woodland the diversity is increased as it allows associations between specific trees and plants with invertebrates.
For more information on Torphins itself and the human population there go to Torphins.org.
If you have an insect, but are not sure which order it is in you can work your way through the Insect Identification to Order key.