Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Dalgety Bay - tiddly om pom pom

Not a contrail to be seen

Sometimes waking up super-early has its benefits, with some seaweeds still unidentified (forever, probably!). Still picking up routine birds and bees. And plants. And ... well there's a lot of "simple" stuff that I just have to find my way around the whole square for.

202 Chondrus crispus Carrageen alga
203 Dumontia cortorta A red alga alga
204 Fucus serratus Toothed Wrack alga
205 Ulva lactuca Sea Lettuce alga
206 Allium scorodoprasum Sand Leek flowering plant
207 Dactylis glomerata Cock's-foot flowering plant
208 Digitalis purpurea Foxglove flowering plant
209 Iris pseudacorus Yellow Iris flowering plant
210 Myrrhis odorata Sweet Cicely flowering plant
211 Quercus robur Pedunculate Oak flowering plant
212 Reseda luteola Weld flowering plant
213 Rubus idaeus Raspberry flowering plant
214 Symphytum x uplandicum Russian Comfrey flowering plant
215 Dynamena pumila A hydrozoan cnidarian
216 Cornu aspersum Garden Snail mollusc
217 Lanice conchilega Sand Mason annelid
218 Pagurus bernhardus Hermit Crab crustacean
219 Anurida maritima A springtail collembola
220 Coccinella septempunctata 7-spot Ladybird coleoptera
221 Calliphora vicina Common Bluebottle diptera
222 Rhamphomyia crassirostris An Empid fly diptera
223 Tipula lateralis A crane fly diptera
224 Tipula oleracea A crane fly diptera
225 Bombus pascuorum Common Carder Bee hymenoptera
226 Panorpa germanica A scorpion fly insect-other
227 Aegithalos caudatus Long-tailed Tit bird
228 Ardea cinerea Grey Heron bird
229 Regulus regulus Goldcrest bird
230 Sylvia communis Whitethroat bird

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