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SWSEIC22/07/2019 at 7:31pm

Bog Bush-cricket Metrioptera brachyptera. D&G Scotland VC 73, July 2019. Male and female from the only known Scottish site for these. @BBCSpringwatch @Buzz_dont_tweet @swseic @ScotWildlife https://t.co/SNC4Wu3M1D

SWSEIC22/07/2019 at 7:29pm

Short-winged Conehead Conocephalus dorsalis. D&G Scotland July 2019. Only discovered in D&G in 2011 but visited a local site and stopped counting at 75. Lots of Sea Club-rush so likely 100's present at the site. @BBCSpringwatch @Buzz_dont_tweet

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South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre22/07/2019 at 4:49pm

Great way to learn about the fantastic diversity moths living in your neighbourhood....

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