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AJC Photography: Amaurobius fenestralis Hibernating female.
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AJCann Jan 22
AJC Photography: Death Becomes Marjoram The final remains of last year's Wild Marjoram, Origanum vulgare. Still struggling towards the image in my mind's eye. Key
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NatureSpot Jan 22
The NatureSpot Moss Challenge Pay attention to the mosses you see for a few weeks and you'll soon be able to name the common species. More:
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AJCann Jan 21
AJC Photography: The Wrong Kind of Snow Unsuccessful snowflake photography attempt, melting before they even landed. Sony ILCE-6000 E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS f8 50mm 1/5 ISO 100
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AJCann Jan 19
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Academia Obscura Jan 18
Disorderly students.
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NatureSpot Jan 19
We all need a bit of this at the moment, don't we? Peacock butterfly, Inachis io, on Common Fleabane, Pulicaria dysenterica, in Pickworth Great Wood, August 2017. Photo by Seven Lewis.
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AJCann Jan 18
AJC Photography: Negative space lichen Cartilage Lichen, Ramalina farinacea.
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AJCann Jan 18
AJC Photography: Fine Art? Sycamore, Acer pseudoplatanus. Nikon D7200 Tokina 100mm f/2.8 f11 1/200 ISO 280
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AJCann Jan 17
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NatureSpot Jan 17
Pleasing Fungus Beetle, Dacne rufifrons Photo AJ Cann A small beetle which breeds in dry fungus and the decaying timber of broad-leaved trees. Learn more:
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AJCann Jan 15
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AJCann Jan 14
Replying to @edrybicki
That’s what I’ve used before. Light box has a far higher output.
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AJCann Jan 14
AJC Photography: Guess who's bought a lightbox? Greater Periwinkle, Vinca major var 'Variegata'.
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NatureSpot Jan 13
Balkan Threeband Slug, Ambigolimax nyctelius Photo AJ Cann Rare or under recorded in VC55 - please keep your eyes open for this one. Learn more:
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AJCann Jan 12
AJC Photography: Hello Epiphyas postvittana my old friend I've come to talk with you again. It might be a Light Brown Apple Moth to you - to me it's the start of a whole new year.
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AJCann Jan 11
AJC Photography: Anomalous Bristle-moss, Orthotrichum anomalum. Quite an easy species to spot once you've got your eye in. More:
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NatureSpot Jan 11
Coral Spot, Nectria cinnabarina. Photo Barbara Cooper Distinctive small pink or orange pustules on the bark of dead deciduous tree branches. Learn more:
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AJCann Jan 10
AJC Photography: I i i i t's Moss Time! Funny, I normally don't get desperate enough for Moss Time until February. Shows what a hard winter we've had. Intermediate Screw-moss, Syntrichia intermedia.
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NatureSpot Jan 10
What's Around: Look out for Holly Leaf Miner, Phytomyza ilicis. Learn more: Leaf mines caused by fly larvae on the leaves of Holly.
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