Sunday, 10 August 2008

Seeing the Changes 129







The strong winds and torrential rains of the last 24 hours have created conditions that appear much more typical of autumn than mid-August! In spite of that, visited by a Scalloped oak (Crocallis elinguaria) moth in Loughor. In Bynea, the yellow Ragwort was joined by Golden samphire (Inula crithmoides) and Blue fleabane (Erigeron acer) was ready to disperse. Alder (Alnus glutinosa) had both male and female elements. Later that day, visited by a Small phoenix moth (Ecliptopera silaceata).

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