Tuesday 16 May 2023

Tuesday 16th May

At least six Eider were again offshore, two each of adult male, female and immature male; also offshore two Great Crested Grebe, two Sandwich Tern and single first summer Black-headed and Mediterranean Gull

Wildlife News: The first Green Long-horn moths of the year were dancing around several Sycamores, with other new emergences including Bramble Sawfly Arge cyanocrocea and Dumpy Melanostoma M. mellinum. Three new fungi were discovered new for the Recording Area, Grey Inkcap Coprinopsis cinereaTulosesus amphithallus, another inkcap and less conspicuous, Mycosohaerella peregrina, a leafspot on Wild Madder

Grey Inkcap - Kevin Rylands

Tulosesus amphithallus - Kevin Rylands

a lacewing larvae carrying the remains of previous meals as camouflage - Kevin Rylands

Phylan gibbus - Kevin Rylands

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