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Tag: Common Cross Spider

Wildwatch: September 2015 Sightings

Highlights Shieldbugs shine while hoverflies put on an autumn show… summer lingers on in the bird world… and autumn turns fruitful Weather Once again, we were blessed with rain-free Wildwatch Wednesdays! We had sun or sunny intervals on most days and temperatures stayed in the mid teens. Invertebrates Butterflies were scarce during September with the […]

Posted 8 October 2015 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: Birch Shield Bug, blackcap, Chiffchaff, comma butterfly, Common Cross Spider, Devils Bit Scabious, False Blister Bug, Great spotted woodpecker, kingfisher, red admiral, Rosy Rustic Moth, Spiked Pea Gall, Tree Damsel Bug

Wildwatch: October 2014 Sightings

Highlights: Late departures and early arrivals of birds.. A new botanist, new species for old, and the start of a moss survey.. Flies still flying in warm October, and at least three new insect records for St Nicks this month. Weather: Nationally, the 10th= warmest October since 1910! At St Nicks, the highest Wildwatch Wednesday temperatures […]

Posted 10 November 2014 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: Chiffchaff, Coal Tit, Common Cross Spider, Earthball fungus, False Ladybird, galls, goldcrest, Great spotted woodpecker, Grey Wagtail, ichneumon wasp, scandinavian blackbird, Siskin, Swallow, Treecreeper