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Just don't go to Australia!
Allamanda July 4 Jul 4 22
How do flying snakes fly?
Allamanda June 30 Jun 30 00
The first of my two new snakes has arrived, this is an albino T. Radix, her soon to arrive friend will be a T. Sertalis Infernalis. These used to be really common in the UK pet trade, but sadly they have fallen out of favour and people prefer rat ...
Rufus_Maximus June 24 Jun 24 33
helping the Monarchs -
Allamanda June 16 Jun 16 22
'Extinct' for a hundred years again!
Allamanda June 12 Jun 12 11
from Mike Strick, in UK. Every year in early summer, the stag beetles emerge to find mates. They have spent the first five to seven years of their life underground as larvae and now have just a few short weeks to live as adults. Every year I'm ...
Allamanda June 3 Jun 3 22
Now we have dragons! Kinda.
Allamanda June 3 Jun 3 00
Are locusts good or bad for the garden?
EllieUnique June 2 Jun 2 44
Weird source and badly written but interesting -
Allamanda May 31 May 31 00
After the rediscovery of the Blue Bee in FL last week, more on the rare solitary North American bees.
Allamanda May 28 May 28 11
A shoddy picture of my new bioactive terrarium. It is currently home to tropical isopods, dwarf earthworms and springtails. Eventually garter snakes will join the gang!
Rufus_Maximus May 24 May 24 11
Sea-skater insects -
Allamanda May 22 May 22 00
How did meat-eating plants evolve?
Allamanda May 21 May 21 00
The amazing Tailorbird, (and if your mother was a seamstress and tidy-minded it will all look very familiar.)
Allamanda May 17 May 17 11
more snippets of good news -
Allamanda May 13 May 13 00
Rare good news!
Allamanda May 12 May 12 11
Murdering Hornets
dalefvictor May 2 May 2 11
Sunshine, early morning.
Allamanda Apr 24 Apr 24 11
Looking around the local area and found this. Kind of hard to tell but I see these almost every week, when I talk about eating lunch near Elk these are them. If you back out you will see a marker for the shop north of this about a...
dalefvictor Apr 17 Apr 17 11
Today I moved some old rotted short logs that stood on end, and found many of these enormous grubs, about the size of thumb. I suspect them to be some stage in the life of the large death's head (delta-shape) moths we get here but I don't really ...
Allamanda Apr 13 Apr 13 11
I'm not sure what this is, perhaps the pelvis of a cat, small dog or deer faun, goat, we don't have any other large enough fauna? found in my garden today. It's like a face, or face and arms at several angles.
Allamanda Apr 12 Apr 12 11
Oviparous and Viviparous at once!
Allamanda Apr 11 Apr 11 44
Not the fault of wild animals but of us reducing the Wilds.
Allamanda Mar 21 Mar 21 11
Siri got a habitat upgrade today! She awoke (from her winter snooze) too big for her old tank (fitst photo / she was trying to get out). So far, she approves of the new one (second picture), though its not too big... Anyone else got snakes waking ...
Zster Mar 15 Mar 15 11
Bioluminescence!
Allamanda Feb 28 Feb 28 11


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