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Derek Griffiths Jun 19
Sad to hear about the passing of Brian Cant. Thoughts go out to his family and friends. . Dx
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Mark & Fran Horton Jun 17
Replying to @Dibbs71
I love Lilt but it is quite hard to find so I grab it when I see it. Beginning to think I was the only person still drinking it
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Mark & Fran Horton Jun 13
Ladies it is Cervical Screening Awareness Week 12-18th June.…
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Mark Horton Jun 12
Some more Wasp Spider juveniles and a shot of an adult from last year.
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Mark Horton Jun 12
My find of the year so far, one of several tiny Argiope bruennichi spiderlings, just a few mm long!
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Mark Horton Jun 10
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Mark & Fran Horton Jun 10
What a glorious afternoon in the sunshine! Visited the newly opened Chobham Water Meadow. Now…
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Mark & Fran Horton Jun 10
Could there be a more quintessential English setting. Village Cricket being played on a Saturday…
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Mark & Fran Horton Jun 6
Sorting through some old family paperwork and came across this postcard addressed to my mother…
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Mark & Fran Horton Jun 1
BBC News - Nun and policeman face off in Limerick 'keepy uppy' contest
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Mark & Fran Horton Jun 1
Nun and policeman face off in Limerick 'keepy uppy' contest - BBC News
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Mark Horton May 23
The perfectly named Downlooker Snipefly (Rhagio scopaceus) on a tree trunk in the
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Mark Horton May 22
A lovely Azure Damselfly in the Herb Garden for this week's entry.
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Mark Horton May 18
Had one of my recent ICMs put on a big canvas. Better than I hoped tbf!
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Mark & Fran Horton May 19
Just about!
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Mark Horton May 17
A courting pair of Deuterosminthurus pallipes globbies. The female is much larger than the male.
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Mark & Fran Horton May 18
Replying to @gertcorf
Sounds familiar, on the few nights we've been able to trap we've had low single figures, one night saw just one, a Pine Hawk-moth!
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Mark & Fran Horton May 13
Does Surrey have it's own Nessie?! 😧Spotted this at on Be vigilant out there..
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Mark Horton May 10
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Mark & Fran Horton May 9
'Angry' bear tries to break into home of woman baking brownies 
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