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I am Dr M - BSBI FISC level 6 botanist - and I go wild about plants - botanical love and joy (and views) expressed are all proudly Dr M's
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Dr M still going wild! 5h
Replying to @hatbirder
Ha ha, yes the hotter the day and the closer to a Bank or other holiday the more the noise!
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My sympathies and dittos from rural Monmouthshire!
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Dr M still going wild! 20h
Hmm needs closer image, but from erect lvs and infl appearance I'm with B pinnatum (rupestre) for now! Dr M
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Matthew Blee Aug 9
Thanks! I'm excited to see it either way tbh, and I've submitted to iRecord :)
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Matthew Blee Aug 9
It's near Sonning (North East of reading), BSBI shows some records in the area but apparently none more recent than 1999!
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Sarah Whild Aug 8
Yes, M pulegium. It pops up more frequently than you might think - don’t be too quick to dismiss as a garden escape, and do send in the record!
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Dr M still going wild! Aug 8
Replying to @matt_blee @BSBIbotany
Yes, be pleased, very pleased! Where is your patch geographically?
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Dr M still going wild! Aug 8
Oh lovely, does Culpepper have anything for "all pains of the a***?!" Dr M 🤣
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Dr M still going wild! Aug 8
Looks like it but is widely planted too! Check account here
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Joshua Styles Aug 5
Check out my new online training platform, , looking to make botany accessible and affordable for everyone! First on the menu, we’ll be looking at some of the wonderful yellow-flowering members of the Asteraceae! Book your place now if you like! 🌼❤️
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Hannah Mulcahy Aug 7
The machair is looking especially floriferous this year in the Maherees, and I was very happy to come across numerous Autumn Lady's Tresses Spiranthes spiralis along the bee orchid outcrop
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Surrey Wildlife Trust Aug 7
The fire service are currently in attendance at a blaze on Chobham Common. Please avoid the area while crews continue to deal with this large fire.
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Nattanon Meeprom | Bom Aug 7
Collecting Diospyros lotus specimens, a temperate species planted in with very warm welcome by , and thank you for your kind cooperation. This is part of my PhD project on the Indochinese Diospyros
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Music at Reading Aug 7
Some of our fabulous Chamber Choir singers have put together a beautiful performance of Barber's Sure on this Shining Night, reminding us that music is more important than ever during these difficult times:
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Dr. Carrie Havrilla Aug 6
Big news! I will be starting as an Assistant Professor at Colorado State University in in Jan 2021. The Havrilla Lab will explore plant & soil ecology, rangeland ecology & management, and how natural and managed ecosystems ​respond to global change & restoration.
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Dr M still going wild! Aug 1
A choral anthem for our times by Lockdown Singers "Sure on this Shining Night"
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Dr M still going wild! Aug 6
So, we need a project #2, what would you like us to sing next?!
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Heather Kelly Aug 6
The perfect brown field site? This view of the steel works at Redcar never fails to get to me
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Dr M still going wild! Aug 6
One of my favs, sometimes the blue is the finest bluest blue in the world! Dr M
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Leif Bersweden Aug 5
Tufted vetch (Vicia cracca) forms mounds of purple flowers that build up like surf on a beach. The surrounding leaves end in curly tendrils used to grab onto other plants for support - its dexterity & climbing abilities have earned it the name ‘fingers-and-thumbs’ 🤗
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