10:33am Monday 17th June 2013
Down on the Thames at Kingston, large mayflies, are known at this stage as sub-adults or duns, lift off the water with weak fluttering flight. Their aim is to reach bank-size vegetation where they can shed their skins for a final time to become perfect adult insects called ‘spinners’.
9:40am Monday 10th June 2013
Dragonflies first appeared on earth almost four hundred million years ago. Evolving before dinosaurs they are of course still with us today, almost uuchanged except for the fact that all those years ago their wingspans measured nearly two feet!
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Come 1st May I scan the skies for telltale glimpse of sickle wings, those joyful screaming cries; glad to welcome them once more to England green and dear, for summer never can begin for me until they're here.
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