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Sunday, 22 July 2012

Coity complex

After a saturday that saw a significant improvement in the weather both Coity Tip grasslands and Mile Pond were less than impressive. The main objective was to pick up on some dragonflies but unfortunately not a single insect was recorded, however a few common species of damselfly were noted, but never numerous. On the grassland around the tip a single marbled white and a count of around eleven moonwort lifted the spirits but only a couple of six spotted burnet moths.

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