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Field Wood-rush: the sweeps brush | Nature Notes

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Bitter Bracket: bitter and twisted | Nature Notes

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Common Jumping Spider: jump to it | Nature Notes

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Common Sandpiper: calls the tune | Nature Notes

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Canford Heath: wet and dry | Nature Notes

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Sanderling: waving goodbye | Nature Notes

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Bulbous Rush: a bit of a bore | Nature Notes

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Southern Bracket: the shelf fungus | Nature Notes

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Wayfaring-tree: faring well along the way | Nature Notes

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Wolf Spider: the hunting spider | Nature Notes

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Brent Goose: cometh the autumn cometh the geese | Nature Notes

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Corfe Castle Mound and River: getting the hump | Nature Notes

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Purple Sandpiper: a purple patch | Nature Notes

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Jointed Rush: one of the famous five | Nature Notes

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Artists Bracket: drawing on dead wood | Nature Notes

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Guelder-rose: eat with care | Nature Notes

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Heather spider: for whom the bell tolls | Nature Notes

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Welted Thistle: seams like a nice plant | Nature Notes

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Corfe Castle Common: unique not common | Nature Notes

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Whimbrel: the turning point | Nature Notes

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Sharp-flowered Rush: what is the point? | Nature Notes

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Alder Bracket: tough as old boots | Nature Notes

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Rowan: high energy food | Nature Notes

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Nursery Web Spider: a mother superior | Nature Notes

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Cotton Thistle: flower of Scotland | Nature Notes

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Arne Nature Reserve: diversity, beauty and tranquility | Nature Notes

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Woodland Grasshopper: in glades and rides | Nature Notes

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Heath Rush: the sweeps brush | Nature Notes

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Beefsteak Fungus: well done, not rare | Nature Notes

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Wild Privet: the black death | Nature Notes

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