Friday, 1 August 2008

Seeing the Changes 125

In Bynea and Loughor, Bumble bees (including Bombus pascuorum), Common wasp (Vespula vulgaris) and hoverflies (including Neoascia podagrica and Volucella pellucens) were struggling in the wind. A male mosquito and a Turnip sawfly (Athalia rosae) took energy from umbellifers in Loughor. A lone Common field grasshopper (Chorthippus brunneus) was too lethargic to move in Bynea.

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