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Wyke Down and Acking Dyke: roaming the Roman way | Nature Notes

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Common Field Grasshopper: but uncommon in grassy fields! | Nature Notes

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Compact Rush: do not rush into it | Nature Notes

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Bramble: the blackberry | Nature Notes

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Dor Beetle: recycling for all | Nature Notes

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Labyrinth Spider: a funnel web but not the funnel-web | Nature Notes

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Dwarf Thistle: the picnic thistle | Nature Notes

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Cashmoor Down: a floral tribute | Nature Notes

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Meadow Grasshopper: jumping Jack Flash | Nature Notes

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Hard Rush: hard to identify | Nature Notes

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Minotaur beetle: down under | Nature Notes

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Autumn Hawkbit: the autumn dandelion | Nature Notes

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Wasp Spider: no sting in the tail | Nature Notes

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Marsh Thistle: tall and ugly! | Nature Notes

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Delph Wood: a woodland of diversity | Nature Notes

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Soft Rush: water meadow menace? | Nature Notes

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Common Blue Damselfly: egg cup or tumbler? | Nature Notes

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Swollen-thighed Beetle: welcome aboard | Nature Notes

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Yarrow: for Achilles healing | Nature Notes

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Raft Spider: a real man-eater | Nature Notes

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Spear Thistle: life at the sharp end | Nature Notes

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Troublefield Nature Reserve: What is in a name? | Nature Notes

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Small Red Damselfly: home comforts | Nature Notes

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Water Horsetail: breakfast for Rudolph | Nature Notes

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Great Diving Beetle: breath of fresh air | Nature Notes

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Common Fleabane: the original insect repellent? | Nature Notes

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Clouded Yellow: the green-eyed monster | Nature Notes

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Creeping Thistle: the answer is blowing in the wind | Nature Notes

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Fifehead Wood: Dorset rain forest! | Nature Notes

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White-legged Damselfly: a damsel in distress | Nature Notes

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Black Spleenwort: a cracking little plant | Nature Notes

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