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Post Info TOPIC: BICKERSHAW COUNTRY PARK (other wildlife)


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RE: BICKERSHAW COUNTRY PARK (other wildlife)


 Thanks for the input Roger,god bless the internet for her assistance ,wink



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Think it's a species of Ichneumonid Wasp .... notoriously difficult to id David ... 2500 species in UK alone .... give you something to do during dark winter nights.

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Can someone id this please, I'm not clued up with insects in general, thanks



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Didn't expect to see much in the way of fungi but the site was teeming with it especially around the young Silver Birch trees

next to New Water & growing out of the old mining rucks also. Identified species in picture order :-

Blackening Waxcap

Blushing Bracket

Common Earthball

Crimson Waxcap

Fly Agaric

Orange Birch Bolete

Pestle Puffball

Purple Brittlegill

Rosy Brittlegill

Scaly Tooth Fungus

plus a single male Common Darter dragonfly.

 



-- Edited by Lez Fairclough on Thursday 27th of October 2022 11:00:33 PM

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