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Golden Sweetheart

Dog Vomit

Hornet

False Deathcap

Ugly Milkcap

Rosy Bonnet

Yellow Swamp Russula

Sheathed Woodtuft

Honey or Boot-lace Fungus

Glistening Ink Cap

Common Grey Disco

Deceiver

Common Puffball or Devil’s Snuff-box

Artists’ Fungus

Lasiosphaeria ovina

Poison Pax or Brown Roll-Rim

Porcelain Fungus

Clustered Bonnet

Penny Bun

The Blusher

Fly Agaric

Cotton Thistle

Biting Stonecrop

Selfheal

Red Dead-nettle

Field Madder

Thyme-leaved Speedwell

Bird’s-foot

Juniper Hair-cap Moss

Common Cord-moss or Bonfire Moss

Capillary Thread Moss

Common Newt

Cladonia Lichen

Parmotrema Lichen 1a

Foliose Lichen

Physcia Lichen 2

Physcia Lichen 4

Flavoparmelia Lichen

Lecanora Lichen 3

Lecanora Lichen 4

Hypogymnia Lichen

Crustose Lichen

Candelariella Lichen 2

Candelariella Lichen 1

Caloplaca Lichen 4

Swan’s-neck Thyme Moss

Toy Soldiers 2

Speckled Bush-cricket

Field Bindweed

Tansy

Bladder Senna

Wild Carrot

Goat Willow

Painted Lady

Ragged Robin

Nodding Bur-Marigold

Fleabane

Horehound

Common Chickory

Yarrow or Milfoil

Tree of Heaven (fruit)

Large Red Damselfly

Dog Rose (Fruit)

Perforate St John’s-wort

Glistening Ink Cap

Hover Fly (on Purple Loosestrife)

Mint Moth

Spindle (flower and Fruit)

Devil’s-bit Scabious

Bee Orchid

Bittern

Blue-tailed Damsel Fly

UK – East London – Wanstead Park – Autumn

Bud-headed Groove Moss

Orb Web Spider

Dock or Squash Bug

Banded Demoiselle

Black Witch’s Butter

Toy Soldiers 1a

Dryad’s Saddle

Wild Oat Grass

Wild Radish

Trifid Bur-marigold

Common Sedge

Silver Hair Grass

Fleabane

Wild Mignonette

Rat’s-tail Fescue

White Campion (and hybrids with Red Campion)

False Fox Sedge

Gipsywort

Ribbed Melilot

Water Mint

Tufted Vetch

Common Star of Bethlehem

Oval Sedge

Poplar Leaf Beetle

Feverfew or Batchelors Buttons

Weld

Meadow Vetchling

Creeping Willow

Greater KnapWeed

Smooth Tare

Yellow Water-lily

Hairy Sedge

Angle Shades Moth

Crescent Cup Liverwort

Migrant Hawker

Indian Balsam

Gallant Soldier

Guelder-rose

Lime Hawk Moth Mimus tiliae

Zebra Spider

Field Pansy

Marsh Cudweed

Wood Sage

Black Grass

Scarlet Pimpernel

Capillary Thread Moss

Swine Cress

Thyme Leaf Beetle

Yellow Buckeye

Pfeiffer’s Amber Snail

Common Flower Bug

Dipteran Fly

Lily Leaf Beetle

Garden Spider or Cross Spider

Marmalade Fly

Ivy-leaved Toadflax

Hawthorn

White Bryony

Lucerne

One-rowed Watercress

Water Chickweed

Lesser Swine Cress

Sainfoin

Birch Polypore

Daffodils

Six-spot Burnet

Henbit Dead-nettle

Herb Robert

Celery-leaved Buttercup

Lackey Moth (caterpillar)

Parasitic Tachinid Fly (lay eggs in butterfly – Orange Tip – caterpillars)

Redshank

Stinkhorn

Common Flesh Fly

White Clover

Yellow-tail Moth (caterpillar)

Perennial Sow-thistle

7-spot Ladybird and larva

Bramble

Meadow Grasshopper

Greater Stitchwort

Thick-legged Flower Beetle – Male (see Ripple for female)

Parasitic Tachinid Fly (lays eggs in moth – Diaphora sordida – larvae)

Cat’s-ear

Pill Sedge

Tormentil

Hedge Bedstraw

Perforate St John’s-Wort

Large Skipper

Honeysuckle

Green Oak Tortrix Moth

House Crab Spider (male and female)

Nursery Web Spider

Orange-bodied Fly

Foxglove

Scorpion Fly

Bracken Bug

Leopard Slug

Scarce Footman (caterpillar)

Western Gorse

Ragwort in Tufted Hair-grass

Ling

Golden Rod Crab Spider

Common Earthball

Jelly Rot Fungus

Green Oak Tortrix

‘Spider Wars’ – Mothercare spider and prey

Zebra Spider

Harebell

Goose Grass or Cleavers

Oak – flowers and fruit

Ground Elder

Elder

Annual Meadow Grass

Nipplewort

Woodlouse

Spangle Galls – caused by parasitic wasps

Apple (escape) Malus domestica

Wall Barley

Speckled Wood

Greylag Goose

Small Tortoiseshell

Comma

Lesser Celandine

Grey Heron

Russian Comfrey

Goat Willow