Cromwell Bottom

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Monday, 3 August 2015

Todays Abundant Wildlife

 A quick Round at Cromwell saw all of the following


Gatekeeper 1136


Butterflies & Day Moths

Gatekeeper Bramble Throughout
Comma River Path/Bramble
Peacock
Large White
Small Heath
Meadow Brown
Ringlet
Speckled Wood

If you are bored of the Standard Forms why not photograph the aberrations


Bugs Amongst the seed and Flower Heads a number of Bugs are prominent

Liocorus tripustulatus
Grypocorus stysi
Stenotus binotatus
Closterotomu norwegicus
Neolygus viridis
Heterotoma planicornis
Green Shieldbug Stage 2/3  Nymph
Damsel Bug

Neolygus viridis 1105

Snails

Kentish snail Monacha cantiana
White Lipped Snail
Brown Lipped Snail
Strawberry Snail


Kentish Snail 1162


Hovers
Eristalis tenax
Eristalis pertinax
Xylota segnis
Melanstoma scalare

Spiders

Araneus diadematus
Araneus quadratus
Araneus cornutus
Larinioides sclopetarius


Araneus quadratus 1093

Beetles

Darkling Beetle
Harlequin Ladybird
7-Spot
14- Spot larave

Froghoppers

Cicadella viridis
Philaeanus spumarius
Froghopper TBC
Tingia carduis Spear Thistle Lacehopper

Flowering Plants 

Canadian Goldenrod
BL Helleborine
Eyebright
Snowberry
Rosebay Willowherb
Great Willowherb
Broad Leaved Willowherb





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