Wednesday, 4 May 2011

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Around Blackpill on the path to Mumbles (former site of the first passenger rail line in the world), Burnet rose (Rosa pimpinellifolia) was in flower, with some of it infested by an orange fungus. There was also Bramble (Rosa fructicosus), Wild mignonette (Reseda lutea) and Sea kale (Crambe maritima).

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Not much change at Crymlyn burrows but Heather ( Calluna vulgaris ) was displaying well and spotted a first Speckled wood ( Pararge ae...