Friday, 28 May 2010

Seeing the Changes 282





In Blackpill, Mountain pennycress (Thlapsi montanum) was in flower whilst, on the sands in Swansea, Hoary stock (Matthiola incana) was coming into bloom along with Sea beet (Beta vulgaris ssp maritima). In Loughor, Nettles had been occupied by Phyllobius pomaceus beetles and Red admiral (Vanessa atalanta) larvae.

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