Saturday, 28 June 2008

Seeing the Changes 112

The wind decreased in Loughor and more insect activity. Including the Flesh fly (Sarcophaga carnaria), Phymatodes testaceus beetle as well as Common rustic (Apamea secalis) , Buff-tip (Phalera bucephala), Common wave (Cabera exanthemata) and Northern spinach (Eulithis populata) moths. In Bynea, a hunting spider was active on nettles. In that location, Slender St John's wort (Hypericum pulchrum), Lady's mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris), Great bindweed (Calystegia silvatica), Marsh hawksbeard (Crepis paludosa), Perennial sow thistle (Sonchus arvensis) and Honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) were in flower.

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