Recording in VC65 July 2012

Newbould, John; Norris, Adrian; Ely, Bill
April 2013
Naturalist (00280771);Apr2013, Vol. 138 Issue 1082, p52
Academic Journal
The article presents a summary of a residential survey organized by naturalists Adrian Norris and John Newbould based at Low Fremington on the River Swale, in vice-counties (VC) 65 of Yorkshire, England in July 2012. Topics discussed include survey of various species including vertebrates, molluscs, and ladybirds; most frequently recorded mammal Rabbit; and occurrence of the mite gall Aceria tenuis on Cock's foot Dactylis glomerata and the Weevil gall Apion rubens.


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