26.5.15.

It was a mixed bag, weather wise this morning.

2 moths at The Wardens Office.

Wish all the moths were as easy as this Purple Bar to photograph. It was on the door of The Cory Community Door…

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Also this Small Phoenix was at a good height. First time I’ve been able to take its profile. I know this is a male, because the male rests with its abdomen curled….

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Out on the White House Heath, I found my 2nd Lobesia reliquana…

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Collared Dove up the Corridor…

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Tree Pipit on Goldie Heath…

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Could not believe my luck today on Brants Hill. I saw my 3rd Green Carpet in as many days. This is only the second time I’ve taken a photo of one. This is by far the best one yet. It never moved, even when i moved the grass from in front of it…

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Also on Brants Hill I found my second Glow Worm this year. It was actually walking close to what I call the dogs sand pit. So I decided to offer it a stick, for it to gently climb on, and I would give it a lift to the heather it was walking towards. It looked way more at home on the Heather…

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I keep finding Drinker Larva. But no adult moths…

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Unidentified moth and larva…

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This is interesting to me, found these Shieldbug Nymphs. They have now been Identified as Spiked Shieldbugs. Which is strange because I have not seen an adult Spiked Shieldbug at HC. I will now keep my eyes peeled for the adults. It was hard to photograph these close up, because they were never still…

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Like the flowers on this Pine…

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The Broom is now well in flower on the Main Common…

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