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Question Mark and Comma Butterflies

Question Mark Butterfly

Comma Butterfly

These two butterflies look exactly the same with subtle differences. Can you spot the difference? Also it looks like they have only four legs unlike normal butterflies that actually have six. 83 more words



This morning’s garden maintenance including more pruning, weeding, and digging up of brambles.

Comma butterflies are still transfixed by the verbena bonarensis.

Here are two views of the work in progress in the rose garden: 332 more words

A Cracking Match

This morning’s task was to dig a pit I had chickened out of last night. This was for the lace-cap hydrangea alongside the orange shed. Beneath about two inches of poor soil lay an impacted heap of rubble. 421 more words

Butterfly #2

A Comma Butterfly that was hanging out in the back yard on May third of this year.


Moor Adventures In Staines

Blue skies and an early start on the 12th April saw me heading back to Staines Moor. With spring migrants landing all over the country and some fresh spring weather to welcome them, I just had to explore a little more of the moor! 562 more words

Bugs and Bees

My allotment plot and garden welcome many species of beneficial wildlife, such as hoverflies, lacewings, bees, ladybirds, butterflies (yes, butterflies are very welcome on my plot!) and lovely little masonĀ bees. 249 more words