Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Clyne Common pit stop

Not quite Telaranea europaea, but fruiting Oxyrrhynchium hians was new for me today - on a soil bank under scrub on the edge of Clyne Common, Swansea. I can see George recorded fruiting plants last year and Sam has two records from Pembs, but it's not listed as having been recorded fruiting in Carms, so it's clearly not that common an occurrence.
...saving T. europaea for next week...

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