Monday, February 21, 2011

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Gentlemen, Brother Aurinia is on the march, big time. Marsh Fritillary larval webs are prolific at sites visited in Glos, E Dorset & S Wilts. This could be a Marsh Fritillary Big Bang year, and you heard it first on the Purple Empire.

Meanwhile, hibernating iris larvae are steadily being plundered by British tits. There's only one thing to do - awake the Kracken, my cat:-

1 comment:

Samuel said...

"A Marsh Fitillary Big Bang year"

You've affirmed my own suspicions! I'm a teenager from Northern Ireland and so far I've recorded 8 Aurinia larval webs from a 100m square plus two in other spots - that's in Murlough Reserve, Co. Down.

I can't WAIT for Maytime now!!!!