SEWBReC Species of the Month

 

*COVID 19 note: Please carry out your wildlife recording, including Species of the Month, in a safe and socially distant manner.*

 

Each month we ask recorders to look for common yet overlooked species, in hopes of filling in the gaps in our maps! Sign up to the SEWBReC email list to get details of new squares and species direct to your inbox.

 

July 2020: Swollen-thighed Beetle

 

June 2020: Hedgehog

 

May 2020: Rosy Woodlouse

 

April 2020: Grey-cushioned Grimmia

 

March 2020: Ivy-leaved Toadflax

 

Jan/Feb 2020: Trioza centranthi

 

Oct/Nov 2019: Blackening Waxcap

 

August 2019: Frogbit

 

July 2019: Grypocoris stysi

 

June 2019: Small Pearl Bordered Fritillary

 

May 2019: Nursery Web Spider

 

April 2019: Hairy-footed Flower Bee

 

March 2019: Gorse Weevil

 

February 2019: Butterbur

 

January 2019: Bartheletia paradoxa

 

October 2018: Autumn Hawkbit

 

September 2018: Ivy Bee

 

August 2018: Horse-Chestnut Leaf-Miner

 

May 2018: Ramsons Hoverfly

 

April 2018: Tipula rufina

 

March 2018: Brimstone Butterfly

 

Jan/Feb 2018: Common Frog

 

Nov/Dec 2017: Cobalt Crust

 

Sept/Oct 2017: Traveller's Joy

 

August 2017: Large Pied Hoverfly

 

July 2017: Oak Bush-Cricket

 

June 2017: Japanese Knotweed

 

May 2017: Cockchafer

 

April 2017: Thornback Ray

 

March 2017: European Hare

 

Jan/Feb 2017: Girdled Snail

 

Nov/Dec 2017: Holly Leaf-miner

 

October 2016: Stump Puffball

 

September 2016: Small Tortoiseshell

 

August 2016: Bladder Campion

 

July 2016: House Martin

 

June 2016: Slow-worm

 

May 2016: Dark-edged Bee-fly

 

April 2016: Wild Garlic

 

March 2016: Cellar Spider

 

Jan/Feb 2016: Mole

 

Nov/Dec 2015: Candlesnuff Fungus

 

Sep/Oct 2015: Silverfish

 

August 2015: Common Earwig

 

July 2015: Golden-Ringed Dragonfly

 

June 2015: Common Swift

 

May 2015: Tree Bumblebee

 

April 2015: Rabbit

 

March 2015: Daisy

 

Jan/Feb 2015: Hazel

 

Nov/Dec 2014: Mistletoe

 

October 2014: Garden Orb Spider

 

September 2014: Himalayan Balsam

 

August 2014: Brown Garden Snail