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Abigail Lowe
PhD researcher based at 🌸 Investigating foraging patterns of bees and hoverflies 🐝 Cymraes ♥️ All views my own.
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Little Green Space 🐝 Feb 13
With spring on the horizon, please resolve to help wildflowers and insects by mowing less. Give clover, buttercups and dandelions a chance to flower for pollinators like bees, butterflies and hoverflies. Enjoy seeing which flowers emerge to add natural joy to your garden 🐝🌻
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David Hardy Feb 13
Amazing shapes and stunning colours in the afternoon sunshine of the Great Glasshouse at Including a very first glimpse of the lilac ('ceanothus' in old money)
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Aberystwyth Uni Feb 13
Rare species of fungi detected by a new environmental DNA technique developed by Dr Gareth Griffith has led to the designation of a new Site of Special Scientific Interest near Birmingham
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Abigail Lowe Feb 12
Impressive! Well done Andrew.
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Guardian Environment Feb 10
Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature'
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Solitary Bee Week Feb 5
Embrace the wildness in your garden - if we rebranded Dandelions so that they were no longer considered weeds but recognised as the beautiful and vital flowers they are we'd be creating change right there!
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Growing the Future | Tyfu’r Dyfodol Feb 5
Want to learn how to potatoes? 🥔 Come on a free* short course during February ! Booking via Eventbrite - *Course does not include Garden entry.
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Abigail Lowe Jan 31
Exciting post to get home to after a long day of labs 🤗🐝
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Abigail Lowe Jan 29
This thread makes me realise giving dead bees a bath and a blow dry isn’t weird at all when it comes to science 😅
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Gary Lineker Jan 29
Whether you were for Brexit or Remain, surely the one thing we can all agree on is that the whole thing has become an embarrassingly inept shit-show. 🤦🏼‍♂️
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Abigail Lowe Jan 29
Looks great!!
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Abigail Lowe Jan 29
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Hannah Humphreys Jan 4
Every time I see this graphic I have to share it - the inverts are so important!! 🐝
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Abigail Lowe Jan 29
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GeorgeMonbiot Jan 28
Here's a map of waste exporters in the EU. It explains why we have a recycling crisis in the UK, now that China has refused to take our rubbish. Still the Dirty Man of Europe.
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Abigail Lowe Jan 28
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Dr. Moudhy Al-Rashid Jan 25
Can we start using "thank u, next" at academic conferences in response to that question that's more of a comment?
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FLOWer Lab 🇵🇹 🌻 🐝 🧬 Jan 26
Pollination by wild bees yields larger strawberries than pollination by honey bees! Great paper by Gail MacInnis () and Jessica Forrest (University of Ottawa) at the !
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Abigail Lowe Jan 26
Thanks Liam! I’m even more excited for the next field season now 🤗
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Abigail Lowe Jan 26
I’ve been determined to find some cool species at considering we know the area is pretty under recorded... so super pleased to find Andrena thoracica (Cliff Mining Bee) hidden in my photos from last summer. No records away from the coast in Wales since 1990!
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