Saturday, 8 July 2017

Perciverence pays off

After been shown my first Broad-leaved Helleborine by Mr Bevan a few years back I've been searching my local woods for the species, to no avail..... until this afternoon when I stumbled upon two plants. Both had been damaged but were still full of life. One had just opened it's first flower.
A couple of critters from this afternoons walk.
                              The "Mediteranean" Harvestman Dicranopalpus ramosus.
                                           Orange Ladybird
                                         Orange-legged Furrow Bee Halictus rubicundus

1 comment:

  1. Well done martin and nice to see patience payed of and you will be find it everywhere now .