Down the tubes #spiders

 

 

Spider, unidentified, September 2017

 

Tree guards form a home for more than trees. (more…)

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Owl #birds

 

 

Birds, Owl, August 2017

 

We’ve regularly heard Owls in the wood. This one was near the pond, species unknown. (more…)

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Russula #fungi

 

 

Fungi, Russula, provisional identification, July 2017

 

Looks like Russula sp., possibly a Brittlegill. (more…)

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Wasp or hoverfly? #insects

 

 

Insect, unidentified, July 2017

 

Possibly a wasp of the Crabronidae family but didn’t stop long enough to have a proper look. (more…)

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Type of Brindle? #moths

 

 

Moth, unidentified, July 2017

 

Help appreciated – possibly a moth, possibly a type of Brindle but not at all sure. (more…)

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Silk tent #spiders

 

 

Spider, unidentified, July 2017

 

Possibly the web of a nursery web spider. (more…)

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Snail: woodpile life (4/5) #nature

 

 

Fauna, Snail, unidentified, May 2017

 

Possibly White-lipped Snail, Cepaea hortensis, or Brown-lipped Snail, Cepaea nemoralis. (more…)

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‘You better not fool with a Bumblebee!’ #bees #bumblebees

 

 

Bumblebee, unidentified, March 2017

 

From The Bumblebee by James Whitcomb Riley. (more…)

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Possibly an Inkcap (2) #fungi

 

 

Fungi, unidentified, March 2017

 

Could be Coprinopsis lagopus, Hare’s Foot Inkcap. (more…)

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Possibly a Stereum #fungi

 

 

Fungi, unidentified, February 20178

 

Could be Yellowing Curtain Crust, Stereum subtomentosum. (more…)

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Stretch spider #spiders

 

 

Spider, unidentified, February 2017

 

Possibly of the sp.Tetragnatha, which… adopt the habit of stretching their legs out in front and behind to produce a stick like effect … (more…)

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Perhaps a slime mould #nature

 

 

Nature, unidentified, slime mould, fungi, January 2017

 

Or maybe a fungus? Seen on a fallen spruce twig by the pond. (more…)

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