Monday, 16 April 2018

Spring signs?

Lawnmowers a-go-go round our way at the weekend and I managed to swish a few flying critters from the back garden. We've been here before though so I expect snow by the end of the week!

Prior to that I finally scored a butterfish, which I saw on almost every trip to the coast last spring, and a lovely hermit crab with passenger. Also my 49th moss - Funaria hygrometrica.

Hermit crab and hydroid

Funaria hygrometrica

Brown-lipped Snail

Early Grey

596 flowering plant Veronica chamaedrys Germander Speedwell
597 fungus Peniophora lycii A corticioid fungus
598 moss Plagiomnium rostratum Long-beaked Thyme-moss
599 fern Phyllitis scolopendrium Hart's-tongue
600 fungus Rhopographus filicinus Bracken Map
601 moss Funaria hygrometrica A moss
602 fern Pteridium aquilinum Bracken
603 flowering plant Veronica filiformis Slender Speedwell
604 cnidarian Hydractinia echinata A hydroid
605 mollusc Cepea nemoralis Brown-lipped Snail
606 crustacean Pagurus bernhardus Hermit Crab
607 fish Pholis gunnellus Butterfish
608 diptera Melangyna lasiophthalma A hoverfly
609 lep-moth Xylocampa areola Early Grey
610 hymenoptera Andrena bicolor Gwynne's Mining Bee
611 hymenoptera Bombus pascuorum Common Carder Bee

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