Saturday, 20 June 2009

Between showers

Yorkshire Fog - Holcus lanatus - is one of the most common (and prettier, I think) of our hedgerow grasses:

Lesser Stitchwort is an extremely delicate plant that supports itself by twining itself through its neighbours.

Cydia nigricana - the Pea Shoot Moth - is usually found near Vetches and other members of the pea family. It's rather handsome:

Another of the parasitic Tachinid flies. This one's on the about-to-open Meadowsweet:

Something made me turn over this Bramble leaf and I found a batch of Beetle eggs stuck to the underside.

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