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Sunday, 26 July 2015

Urban patches

Hoverfly - Scaeva pyrastri
Whether its a vacant building plot, a post industrial site, a canal, road verge or unkempt corner of a park patches of green space are the life blood of urban wildlife. Many of these patches are ephemeral with there very existence in accordance with the ebb and flow of urban regeneration. All towns have patches, look had enough and you will find. These images were taken in Cwmbran over the last couple of weeks.

Hoverfly - Chysotoxum bicinctum
Water fern  Azolla filiculoides
Least duckweed Lemna minuta

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