pit and around to the railway line. Show her how much you love her. Henney Field TL 887425 Martin Peers 18 Apr Small White 1, Green-veined White (my first this year) - 1; Brimstone - male female; Peacock 4 (2 pairs mating Small Tortoiseshell 4 Chilton Woods TL 891426 Martin Peers 18 Apr Orange tip, Brimstone, Holly Blue. 2 male Orange-tip were clashing, later a female stopped to nectar on my abundant Honesty but moved onto a Garlic Mustard flower head to lay an egg.
Somerleyton Brickfields David and Lilian Pitt 18 Aug sbbc Event - Butterfly Walk; - An update from the walk at Sutton Heath. 5 Purple Hairstreaks, 3 Commas, 5 Peacocks. Glad to get you a close encounter with a Purple Hairstreak, along with another 14 Butterfly species. I said help the poor man, not torture him! Added the sighting to the BC Migrant Watch site, easy to do and a nice interactive map to search records, relatively few Herts and Middx sightings on there though Paul Busby 24 Jun I spent an hour and a half at Six Hills Way, Stevenage. Water Lane, Watford afterwards seeing 5 Common Blue, 8 Small White, 3 Green-veined White, 5 Gatekeeper, 1 Comma, 1 Red Admiral and 5 Mother of Pearl moths David Gower 28 Jul 1 female Common Blue at Parkside Farm/Res., Enfield (TQ 29 98) at 08:21 hrs. A Holly Blue in my garden, another in The Avenue TW3 2BG and a third plus a Large White on Argyle Road TW3 2BE with a Comma on St Stephens Road: TW3 2BN.
Heather let go of the pants leaving them to be held up by the steely length of her preachers huge cock. Over 50 macro species recorded included good numbers of festoon a seemingly common species locally but nationally scarce. Enormous numbers of Brown Argus around southern and eastern edges of wood in particular. They were now pressing their large clothed breasts against the preachers arms. The blouse was sheer enough that the preacher could see the wide straps and dainty lace of Shirleys 38DD bra. Eventually found 7 which is very few for this area near the car park plus 37 Gatekeeper and a very worn Meadow Brown. . Trent Park (12:00 - 13:00 hrs) - 1 Large Skipper, 1 female Holly Blue nectaring on thistle at 12:14 hrs, 10 Small Copper 'New Fields 1 Painted Lady nectaring on thistles near Triangular Wood at 12:21 hrs, 5 Purple Hairstreak and 1 Peacock at 12:54. Hes helping Mommy and me, too Stand up, Pastor! Harpenden Common had relatively few butterflies: several Green-veined White ; a couple of Orange-tip ; and 1 Speckled Wood, although the Cydia ulicetana were swarming well around the gorse David Hunt 15 May Hillbrow LGC -.30.30. Then: Hounslow Heath: Green-veined White : 3 Orange-tip : 1 Small Tortoiseshell : 3 Holly Blue : 1 Heath-ex Golf Course: Orange-tip : 3 Green-Veined White : 2 Speckled Wood : 1 Holly Blue : 1 Large White : 1 Brimstone : 1 Peacock. Surprisingly good numbers of butterflies on a warm, intermittently sunny, afternoon: Speckled Wood : 9 Small Copper : 9 Small White : 5 Large White : 1 Common Blue : 6 Brown Argus : 2 Small Heath : 3 Holly Blue : 2 Green-veined White.
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