Monday, 2 April 2012

Seeing the Changes 464

Lots of ground nesting bee activity in Oxwich with Colletes succinctus, Halictus rubicundus and Lasioglossum calceatum being noted on the dunes. At Overton, Sea stock (Matthiola sinuata) was in flower and, at Llangennith, there was lots of Sea spurge (Euphorbia paralias) along with a first appearance of algal bloom on the beach.  

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