Saturday, 26 September 2009

Seeing the Changes 236

At Llangennith, saw large larvae of the Fox moth (Macrothylacia rubi) as well as evidence of the claimed plague of craneflies (Tipula oleracea). In Loughor, visited by a Marbled beauty moth (Cryphia domestica) and fungi emerged crossly.

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