29th August


Original hedgerow.


Dull with some sun.

This is Coremacera marginata - a snail-killing fly. It's about 15mm long and was wandering about on the door of my car. I'm not too keen on that mouth.



These conical Psathyrellas are quite numerous, tucked in at the base of the Hawthorn. Caps about 2.5 cm. on 10 cm stipes. Perhaps Psathyrella conopilus.


The Elderberries are now ripening - a sure sign of autumn.

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