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Sunday, 14 August 2011

Aplysia depilans Sea Slug

Aplysia depilans discovered in Old Bay is scarce sea slug in British waters

  Tean and I spent the day on Tresco with Ren and family and we had a great day. On the Abbey Pool there was a juvenile Ruff and the Great Pool there were only a single juvenile Wood Sandpiper and 3 Common Sandpiper. While rock pooling off Green Island, there were over 70 Common and 20 Sandwich Tern and a single Dunlin with over 70 Sanderling.
More info and photos to follow.

Common Groundhopper, Abbey Pool, Tresco

Juvenile Ruff at the Abbey Pool


One of 3 Butterfish we caught off Green Island

Nymphon gracile, a common sea spider

Cowries in Sienna hand 


Adult Prickly Stick Insect of the brown form, New Grimbsy, Tresco  

Looking from Deep Point this morning

Cirrus clouds over the New Inn, Tresco while we were listening to Rough Island Band.  

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