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07-07-19: Slepe Heath

07-07-19: Slepe Heath

small heath, grayling, silver-studded blue, speckled wood, marbled white

emerald damselfly, mottled bee-fly, wood ant, heath tiger beetle, labyrinth spider, red soldier beetle

yellow bartsia, bramble, common centaury, catsear, scarlet pimpernel, red clover, mouse-ear hawkweed, white clover, self heal, tormentil, bell heather, birdsfoot trefoil, yarrow,slender st johns wort, tufted vetch, cross-leaved heath, eyebright, hop trefoil, lesser trefoil, agrimony, ribwort plantain, common ragwort, white water-lily, bog asphodel, bog pondweed, southern marsh orchid greater birdsfoot trefoil, thyme-leaved sandwort, beaked hawksbeard, blue fleabane, heath bedstraw, meadow buttercup, haresfoot clover, rough hawkbit, ling, dwarf grose, round-leaved sundew, bog myrtle, bog pimpernel, lesser spearwort, marsh thistle, greater marsh bedstraw, sheep's sorrel, narrow-leaved hawkweed, silverweed, daisy, honeysuckle, dovesfoot cranesbill, lesser stitchwort, common ,ouse-ear, herb-robert, black medick

sharp-flowered rush, bulbous rush, soft rush, purple moor grass, bracken, cocksfoot, sweet vernal, Yorkshire fog, soft brome, crested dogs tail, annual meadow grass

Peter Orchard
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A warm, humid afternoon but a great walk yielding heath tiger beetle (my first ever), mottled beefly and yellow bartsia - all rare species.