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Buglife 21 Jul 14
Please think before you pull
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Ginny Aug 5
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Skylark Aug 4
Cinnabar Moth Caterpillar... on its other food is 🦋🌼🐛
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Windyhollowfarm Aug 4
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Debi Holland Jul 28
Our is a wash with Common This biennial beauty is a magnet for but is toxic to horses&cattle so be careful. If you have a safe space to it away from livestock then let it grow! Stunning
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Jules Jul 31
A random bit of in the Garden otherwise known as Central ,stacked up waiting to land
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Debi Holland Aug 1
Happy everyone! My dawn chorus... every morning on the Birds, , flies ...& a few cars in the background!
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World Horse Welfare 11 May 18
Remember to take action to remove deadly from your horses' fields:
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G e M 12 Jun 16
Busy bee at his beach job 😊🐝 @Team4Nature300
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Donna Rainey Oct 17
Mid October. still doing its' thing!
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Alex Morss 24 Jul 17
Beautiful. The Small Copper is one of our most rapidly declining butterfly species. Another reason to welcome
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Mike Rigby 9 Jul 15
Great crop of you're growing on the M5 central reservation nr Taunton Sort it out!
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IVM Ltd Aug 22
The threshold size varies among populations. Read our guidelines here
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Steven Wright Aug 14
Small Copper on and a Common Blue butterfly on it's larval food plant Birdsfoot Trefoil. Fenny Compton Tunnels
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British Butterflies 26 Jul 15
Wonderful article you should read if you pull for 'conservation' purposes. Save the Cinnabar!
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Ashleigh Whiffin Aug 4
Replying to @AshWhiffin
The : more than 50 Common Red Soldier beetles (‘bonking beetles’), 7-spot ladybird, 14-spot ladybird & Pine ladybird 🐞🌼
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Tom Green Jul 7
in the garden commandeered by Cinnabar moth cats 👍🏽🌞😎
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Mucky duck 🦆 28 Aug 17
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 22 Jul 17
It's ragwort season. Is it poisonous? Should it be pulled up? What's the law actually say? Our myth buster
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philomena plunkett 4 Aug 17
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