Sunday, 20 July 2014

A Hay Meadow in Pembrokeshire

Wyndrush Farm

Purple Moorgrass (Molinia caerulea) one of the commonest and most distinctive grasses of the moorlands.

This spectacular looking plant is Perennial Ryegrass (Lolium perenne), one of the commonest grasses in the UK, which probably grows in your lawn. This is in full flower!

Five-spot Burnet (I think!). Or it could be Narrow-bordered five-spot Burnet.

Spider in its funnel.

Leaf hopper (Cicadella viridis?)

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