Thursday, 31 May 2012

With the Invasive Plants Module at Penllergaer

The APT group noted the profusion of Himalayan balsam, Japanese knotweed, Parrot's feather and Rhododendron at the location. They also met with volunteers who were clearing vegetation and burning quite a lot of the material. A large Mayfly (Ephemera danica) was noted on this last day of May. 

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