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Nature Notes

  • #01 Shaggy parasol mushrooms © Alan Craft - a tasty treat for supper
  • #02 Hedgerow blossom. Image © Eynsham Online, 13/09/2012.
  • #03 Bee and bramble flower. Should be a good crop this year. 14 June 2012 - Eynsham Online
  • #04 thistle heads © Sue Osborne 10/07/2011. More contributions are always welcome - please get in touch!
  • #05 Viburnum opulus on Oxford Road - 11 October 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #06 This and the next 11 snaps are a miscellany of hedgerow plants and wild fruit on the Eynsham Mill Walk, autumn 2010. The clematis is an escapee from a garden near the start of the walk
  • #07 Sloes on Cassington Road - 11 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #08 Crabapple - 11 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #09 Hops in unexpected places - 11 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #10 There are elderberries if you've missed the blackberries - 11 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #11 wild geranium © Eynsham Online - 11 September 2010
  • #12 Hawthorn berries are abundant this year - 11 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #13 Teasel heads in the Millennium Wood - 12 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #14 Spindleberries - 12 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #15 Apples in in the Millennium Wood - 12 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #16 Blackberries in the Millennium Wood - 12 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #17 Rosehips by the Millennium Wood - 12 September 2010 - Eynsham Online
  • #18 Southern Marsh Orchid © John & Sara Bannister 29/05/2009
  • #19 Red Admiral butterfly vanessa atalanta on south playing fields © Verity Hughes 13/10/2006. It is a regular and common visitor to the British Isles, and seems to be here in great abundance this year. Spring arrivals produce a second generation in late summer but do not normally survive the winter. The caterpillar varies in colour from black to greenish grey with a yellow line along the sides and with the upper surface covered with rows of spines. It feeds on nettle, spinning leaves together to make a tent-like shelter. Butterflies are on the wing from May to October and are attracted to wild and garden flowers.
  • #20 Bee on blackthorn blossom at Eynsham Abbey Fishponds © Verity Hughes
  • #21 Caterpillar at Eynsham Abbey Fishponds © Verity Hughes
  • #22 Celandine at Eynsham Abbey Fishponds © Verity Hughes
  • #23 Common Knapweed centaurea nigra at Eynsham Abbey Fishponds © Verity Hughes
  • #24 wild garlic © Eynsham Online 05/05/2007
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