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Ray's Rambles: Oodles of Ouzels
Finding new species during the late autumn and winter can be really hard, but I have managed four in the last fortnight. The first was a white powdery fungus on oak leaves, which I believe is oak mildew. I followed that with a new moth, a red green carpet which I found by the security lights on the servery...
7 Nov 2012
Ray's Rambles: Final Frontier
During the last two weeks I have boldly gone to the outer edges of the reserve in my quest for new civilisations! Lurking in one of the dark recesses of the men's toilet I found a large house spider , and on the ceiling a daddy-long-legs spider . There are hundreds of fungi in the wooded area, the...
21 Nov 2011
Ray's Rambles: An armchair tick!
Finding new species is getting a lot harder, so I've really got to keep concentrating and take any opportunities that happen along. As the leaves have started to fall from the trees along the entrance road there is now a much better view of the adjacent farmland and because of this I was able to...
24 Oct 2011
Ray's Rambles: Sandpipers and beach cleaners.
I've had another really good fortnight with the list climbing to 886 . All of the new species, except one, could be described as creepy-crawlies! They included a twin-lobed horsefly ( chrysops relictus ) which, with it's dark-banded wings and vivid green eyes, didn't look like your normal...
29 Aug 2011
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