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BSBI Ireland Apr 30
Replying to @wildflower_hour
Thanks so much xx
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Dr Cara Daly Apr 30
Looking forward to hosting author & naturalist Zoe Devlin in on the 11th of May (4pm) to talk about "Ireland's Fascinating Wildflowers" to celebrate . More details here
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BSBI Ireland Apr 30
Maria () signing off as . Loved every bit of my 7 yrs w ! Delighted to sign off with photo frm a field trip in (thanks Mark for pic), & with news that in has new local botany group! Drop her a line!
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Glengarriff Woods NR Apr 29
Tick time: 'Monday, April 29th, is Lyme Awareness Day, and the HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) has some practical advice on how to protect yourself against the disease.' Check out this website for lots of timely and useful information:
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Martine Apr 29
The little patch by Dublin Docks has come up trumps again with another species ticked off my wishlist: Field Madder (Sherardia arvensis):
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lyn lambert Apr 30
Hope you checked for Orange tip eggs😊I can’t walk past these plants without inspecting them.
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John Conaghan Apr 30
No eggs. Only saw one green veined white there and no orange-tips.
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Martine Apr 27
Replying to @BSBI_Ireland
Sadly there was a large patch of invasive Variegated Yellow Archangel (Lamiastrum galeobdolon argentatum) taking over from some of the Bluebells.
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Fiona O'Neill Apr 28
On a recording outing in today. Iris, Viola, Speedwell, and Corn Spurrey brightened our day.
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Jessica Hamilton Apr 28
Arum maculatum (Lords and ladies/Cuckoo Pint), Stellaria graminea (Lesser stitchwort), allium ursinum (Wild garlic) & Ficaria verna. from Ballyseedy Woods earlier this week.
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Paula O'Meara Apr 28
A total cutie! Lagurus ovatus (Hare's-tail) this week on the dunes at Rosslare
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Jessica Hamilton Apr 28
Can't resist an orchid! A fine patch of Neottia ovata (Common Twayblade) nestled amongst bluebells and wild garlic at Ballyseedy Woods recently.
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Paula O'Meara Apr 28
Charmed to find the Moehringia trinervia (Three-nerved Sandwort) alongside the river Slaney on Wednesday at Ballyharron -
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Paula O'Meara Apr 28
Orchis mascula (Early-purple Orchid), but not as we know it! Two var alba among the purple patch this week at Newtown Upper
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Jessica Hamilton Apr 28
Huperzia selago (fir clubmoss), Vaccinium myrtillus (Bilberry), Pedicularis sylvatica subsp. sylvatica (Lousewort) & Tormentil (Potentilla erecta). Butterworts about to flower so will save them for nxt wk ;) Maulin mtn, Ballyheigue
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Martine Apr 28
Ragged Robin and Common Dog Violets flowering close to each other, locally in Laois.
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Paula O'Meara Apr 28
Ranunculus sceleratus (Celery-leaved Buttercup) flowering of the river Slaney this week
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