Last updated on:
17th January, 2022
Now in Scilly. Too busy to sort out my lists. I just like putting names to things and understanding what lives where, when I've got a moment.
My bogey species:
Don't feel like I've got any serious ones just now.
My most wanted:
Bee chafer would be lovely.
Chestnut bunting - not everyone gets to find a (potential) first for Britain in the bird line. Seemingly having managed that, I must get going with Papay's myriad kelp flies ("warey matlos") as surely there's a first to Science there somewhere. Primula scotica (Scottish primrose). Golden-winged warbler. Orkney vole. Hair sedge (Carex capillaris) - the dunes on Papay have the only Orkney site for this little cutey.
Arctic Warbler, Dusky Slug (Arion subfuscus) and Toothed Medick.
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