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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Wild September Safari

I've not posted much recently, mostly due to health and time and rain/wind.

So here's some shots taken this month:

Scarlet Pimpernel, Anagallis arvensis

Wild Ivy, Hedera helix

Mystery White Flower, about 7mm long.

One of the wild Carrot family. About 20cm tall.

Common Knapweed, entaurea nigra

Scarlet Pimpernel, Anagallis arvensis

Square spot Rustic, Xestia xanthographa

Little Micro Moth which survived a few seconds in the largest burner of my hob, and survived!

Micro Moth, without ID. (one of the many Grass Moths, perhaps?)


  1. The mystery white flower looks like Oxalis acetosella Wood Sorrel.....

  2. Last year I checked with Wood Sorrel for this one's ID, and there was something which didn't fit. Therefore, I kept dismissing it automatically!

    Thanks for putting me on the right track again. And you're right, it is the little Oxalis acetosa. Silly me!

  3. The flowers are lovely. Wonderful pictures.


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