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and ceiling clearly searching for a hibernation spot. But plenty of Speckled Wood (20 2 Meadow Brown, 1 Large Skipper and a couple of interesting small butterflies fluttering about the upper branches of an elm and periodically landing on the leaves. Mostly whites and Meadow Brown: Large White (10 Small White (10 Green-veined White (10 Meadow Brown (10 Ringlet (5 Marbled White (10 Gatekeeper (10 Small Heath (1 Common Blue (3 males Holly Blue (1 Purple Hairstreak (6 Small Copper (1 Small Skipper (10, all females. 4 Holly Blues were mannen i uniform online dating seen on the patch of Ragwort in the Pevensey loop, 2 females nectaring and two presumed males drawn to the seemingly uninterested females. Moths again had a starring role: what I think was almost certainly a Red Underwing looked positively sinister as it landed on the brickwork in the gloom of the tunnel entrance whilst 3 more Jersey Tiger moths were seen. Thereafter there was one Holly Blue on Argyle Road TW3 2BE and 2.
We are pleased to announce the long awai ted update to the Guide to Herts and Middlesex Moths.
This is now up to date.
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A Peacock on the Marshalling Yards was likely the same individual I saw briefly yesterday without properly identifying. Whilst Clouded Yellow watching I also spotted Brown Argus, Small Copper and Small Heath, the only butterflies seen anywhere on the Heath/Golf Course today. Cycling along the Bower Heath Lane by the heath, had sighting of a Purple Emperor flying along the road losing it over the heath at about.15. Henry viii 's Reformation in the early 16th century abolished the Abbey and established a Cathedral - thus the parish ranked as a "City although it was only a fraction of the size of the City of London and the Borough of Southwark at that. The need for a parish church, St Margaret's Westminster for the servants of the palace and of the abbey who could not worship there indicates that it had a population as large as that of a small village. Remains to be seen if any more hibernate here.