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05-07-19: Hartland Moor

05-07-19: Hartland Moor

silver-studded blue, small heath, large white, large skipper, peacock, meadow brown, grayling, painted lady

keeled skimmer, heath potter wasp, buff-tailed bumblebee, large red-tailed bumblebee, heath bumblebee, purbeck mason bee, common wasp

bramble, bell heather, mouse-ear hawkweed, ribwort plantain, white clover, lesser stitchwort, catsear, tormentil, cross-leaved heath, sheep's sorrel, common centaury, selfheal, lesser trefoil, foxglove, ling, honeysuckle, round-leaved sundew, bog asphodel, yellow pimpernel, gorse, wood sage, dog rose, wild thyme, yarrow, common ragwort, birdsfoot trefoil, heath bedstraw, agrimony, scarlet pimpernel, oxeye daisy, meadow buttercup, red clover, creeping cinquefoil, lady's bedstraw, slender st johns wort, fied rose, broom, common storksbill, dovesfoot cranesbill, eyebright, smooth hawksbeard, pink oxalis

wite beak sedge, deer-grass, bulbous rush, soft rush

Peter Orchard
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Cloudier and more humid today so it was a bit of hard work! Out along the dry heath path, round the bog loop, back along the dry heath and then up on to the tramway. Three very different environments.