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Finding entries:
Plants
– only the scientific names have links to the relevant pages; the vernacular/common (English) names are listed & cross-referenced.
Other groups may have links from both scientific and vernacular names, at least for the time being.

Symbols: ** 2 asterisks indicates large picture(s); * 1 for small picture(s). No asterisk - no picture.

Abbreviations: G - Gosport (in Hampshire, UK); H Hampshire (UK). (Pictures not from Hampshire state location).

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01-Jun-2008 ** Hampshire Flora Group meeting, Sowley, H
2-spot Ladybird see Adalia bipunctata
7-spot Ladybird see Coccinella septempunctata
10-spot Ladybird see Adalia decempunctata
11-spot Ladybird see Coccinella undecimpunctata
14-spot Ladybird see Propylea quattuordecimpunctata
16-spot Ladybird see Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata
22 degree lunar halo** natural (optical) phenomenon, gG
22-spot Ladybird see Psyllobora vigintiduopunctata
31-May-2008 ** Hampshire Flora Group meeting, Fleet Pond, H

A

Acaena novae-zelandiae** Pirri-pirri-bur, Surrey
Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale ** Hawthorn Shieldbug
Acer campestre** Field Maple
Achillea millefolium** Yarrow
Achillea ptarmica** Sneezewort
Adalia bipunctata** 2-spot Ladybird
Aculeata** Bees and Wasps image Gallery
Adalia decempunctata** 10-spot Ladybird
Adder see Vipera berus
Adder's-tongue see Ophioglossum vulgatum
Adonia variegata see Hippodamia variegata
Adonis' Ladybird see Hippodamia variegata
Aelia acuminata** Bishops Mitre
Aeshna cyanea** Southern Hawker: female**,   male** normal form,   male** blue form
Aeshna mixta** Migrant Hawker: female**   male** gG
Aethes smeathmanniana* a moth, H
Agapeta hamana* a moth, H
Agaricus placomyces** Peck (= A. praeclavesquamosus Freeman), an agaric mushroom
Agaricus praeclavesquamosus Freeman see Agaricus placomyces Peck
Agaricus silvicola** Wood Mushroom
Agaricus xanthodermus** Yellow Stainer
Aglais urticae** Small Tortroiseshell
Aira caryophyllea** Silver Hair-grass
Aira praecox** Early Hair-grass
Alauda arvensis** Skylark
Alliaria petiolata** Garlic Mustard
Allium roseum** Rosy Garlic
Allium vineale** Wild Onion
Alver Valley Wildlife site in Gosport
Alydus calcaratus** (a bug), G, H,
Amanita citrina var. citrina ** False Deathcap
Amanita phalloides ** Deathcap
Amanita rubescens** The Blusher
American Willowherb see Epilobium ciliatum
Amphibians and Reptiles** Gallery of various species
Anacamptis morio** Green-winged Orchid (Orchis morio), G
Anacamptis pyramidalis** Pyramidal Orchid, H
Anagallis arvensis subsp. arvensis** Scarlet Pimpernel: Gallery**   in composite image*
Anax imperator** Emperor Dragonfly, newly emerged male
Anchusa arvensis** Bugloss, H
Andrena species (mining Bees)
Andrena bicolor** Gwynne's Mining Bee, female
Andrena cineraria* Ashy Mining Bee, female, H
Andrena dorsata** Short-fringed Mining Bee, female
Andrena flavipes** Yellow-legged Mining Bee, female
Andrena haemorrhoa** Early Mining Bee, female
Andrena haemorrhoa** Early Mining Bee, male
Andrena nigroaenea** Buffish Mining Bee, female
Andrena nigroaenea** Buffish Mining Bee, male
Andrena nitida** Grey-patched Mining Bee, female
Anemone nemorosa** Wood Anemone or Windflower, typical (white flowers)**   pink flowers**
Angle Shades see Phlogophora meticulosa
Anisantha sterilis** Barren Brome
Annual Mercury see Mercurialis annua
Anthidium manicatum** Wool Carder Bee, incl. close ups of face: female
Anthidium manicatum** Wool Carder Bee, incl. close ups of face: male, & showing spines
Anthophila fabriciana** Nettle-tap Moth, gG
Anthophora plumipes** Hairy-footed Flower-bee, male and female
Antirrhinum majus* Snapdragon
Aphanus rolandri** a bug
Apis mellifera** Honey Bee
Apple-leaf Skeletonizer see Choreutis pariana
Arable* habitat
Arachnids see Spiders
Araneus diadematus** Garden Spider with prey (large close up)
Argiope bruennichi** 'Wasp Spider': Female**,   Male**,   Egg sac**,   My logo**
Arum maculatum** Lord's-and-Ladies / Cuckoo-pint, G
Ashy Mining Bee see Andrena cineraria
Asplenium scolopendrium** (Phyllitis scolopendrium) Hart's-tongue Fern, G
Athalia sp.?** a sawfly, prey in spider web, gG
Atropa belladonna** Deadly Nightshade, H
Autumn Lady's-tresses see Spiranthes spiralis
Avena fatua** Wild-oat, gG
Avena sativa** Oat, gG
Azure Damselfly see Coenagrion puella

B

Baccha elongata* a hoverfly, male and female, gG
Badger see Meles meles
Badger-face Sheep,**, H
Baldellia ranunculoides** Lesser Water-plantain, H
Balm-leaved Figwort see Scrophularia scorodonia
Barren Brome see Anisantha sterilis
Basil Thyme see Clinopodium acinos
Bastard Toadflax see Thesium humifusum
Bat** Pipistrellus pipistrellus - Pipistrelle
Beaked Hawk's-beard see Crepis vesicaria
Beautiful Demoiselle see Calopteryx virgo
Bee Orchid see Ophrys apifera
Bees and Wasps (Aculeata) ** Gallery of various species
See also Andrena species; Bombus species (bumblebees); & specific names
Bee-killer or Bee-wolf see Philanthus triangulum
beetle* larva, unknown species in composite image, gG
Beetles (Coleoptera )** Gallery of various species including Ladybirds; see also specific names
Bee-wolf or Bee-killer see Philanthus triangulum
Bellis perennis** Daisy, gG
Bindweed see Calystegia and Convolvulus species
Bidens tripartita** Trifid Bur-marigold, gG
Biodiversity in Gosport, G
Birch Sawfly see Cimbex femoratus (larva)
Birch Shieldbug see Elasmostethus interstinctus
Bird gallery** see also specific names
Bird's-foot see Ornithopus perpusillus
Bird's-foot-trefoil, Slender see Lotus angustissimus
Bishop's Mitre see Aelia acuminata
Bitter Vetch see Lathyrus linifolius
Bitter-cress, Wavy see Cardamine flexuosa
Blackbirds** Turdus merula, male & female, gG
Black and Yellow Longhorn see Rutpela maculata
Black Knapweed see Centaurea nigra
Blackthorn see Prunus spinosa
Black-headed Gull** Larus ridibundus , G
Blaniulus guttulatus** Spotted Snake Millipede, gG
Blinks see Montia fonata
Bluebell see Hyacinthoides non-scripta
Blue-tailed Damselfly see Ischnura elegans
Blue Water-speedwell see Veronica anagallis-aquatica
Blusher, The see Amanita rubescens
Bog Bush-cricket** Metrioptera brachyptera, female, H
Bombus species Bumblebees
Bombus cf. humilis** Brown-banded Carder-bee, gG
Bombus hypnorum** Tree Bee, female, gG
Bombus muscorum** Large Carder-bee, male, gG
Bombus pascuorum** Common Carder-bee, gG
Bombus pratorum** Early Bumblebee female**,   male**, gG
Bombus terrestris** Buff-tailed Bumblebee, gG
Botrychium lunaria** Moonwort, H
Botany in Hampshire see Hampshire, Botany in
Bracket fungi see Ganoderma ?applanatum
Branta bernicla** Brent Goose, G
Brent Goose** Branta bernicla , G
Brimstone Moth see Opisthograptis luteolata
Broadleaved Woodland see Deciduous Woodland habitat
Brooklime see Veronica beccabunga
Browndown, Gosport:
Browndown Common*, article (1); Browndown (Ranges) SSSI* article (2), G
Bryonia dioica** White Bryony, G
Bryony, White see Bryonia dioica (above)
Bryophytes* , Mosses and liverworts, see also Musci, Hepaticae, G, H
Buff-tailed Bumblebee** Bombus terrestris , gG
Bufo bufo** Common Toad, gG
Bug Gallery, Order — Hemiptera (sub-orders heteroptera & homoptera)
bug, homopteran* Eupteryx melissae in composite image, gG
Bugloss see Anchusa arvensis
Bulbous Buttercup see Ranunculus bulbosus
Bumblebees see Bombus species see also Bees
Bupleurum tenuissimum** Slender Hare's-ear, G
Burnt Orchid see Orchis ustulata
Bush-cricket, Dark** Pholidoptera griseoaptera, adult male, female, & nymphs gG
Bush-cricket, Bog** Metrioptera brachyptera, adult female, H
Butcher's-broom see Ruscus aculeatus
Buttercups see Ranunculus species
Butterfly Gallery (Lepidoptera)
Butterfly species (Lepidoptera)
Aglais urticae** Small Tortoiseshell, Isle of Wight
Celastrina argiolus ** ssp. britanna Holly Blue female, and mating pair, gG
Celastrina argiolus ** ssp. britanna Holly Blue male, gG
Colias croceus ** Clouded Yellow, G
Hipparchia semele ** Grayling, G
Lasiommata megera ** Wall, male & female,
Lycaena phlaeas ** Small Copper, G
Melanargia galathea ** Marbled White, female, H
Melanargia galathea ** Marbled White, male, H
Polyommatus coridon** (syn. Lysandra coridon) Chalkhill Blue, (female), H
Polyommatus coridon** (syn. Lysandra coridon) Chalkhill Blue, (male), H
Pararge aegeria ** ssp. tircis Speckled Wood, gG
Polyommatus icarus** (male), Common Blue, H
Vanessa atalanta** Red Admiral, gG
Buttonweed see Cotula coronopifolia

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C

Cakile maritima** Sea Rocket, G, & Cornwall
Calendula officinalis* Corn Marigold (in composite image), gG
Calopteryx virgo** female Beautiful Demoiselle, H
Calopteryx virgo** male Beautiful Demoiselle, H
Calystegia sepium** Hedge Bindweed, G
Calystegia silvatica** Large Bindweed, G
Calystegia soldanella** Sea Bindweed, G
Campanula glomerata** Clustered Bellflower, H
Campanula rotundifolia** Harebell, H
Campion see Silene species
Capsella bursa-pastoris** Shepherd's-purse, G
Cardamine flexuosa** Wavy Bitter-cress, G, & H
Cardamine pratensis** Cuckoo-flower, G, & H
Carder Bees see Bombus species (also known as Carder-bees)
Carex caryophyllea** Spring-sedge, G, & Cornwall
Carex pendula** Pendulous Sedge, G,
Carrot, Wild see Daucus carota subsp. carota
Cassida murraea** Fleabane Beetle (imago), H
Cassida murraea** Fleabane Beetle (larvae/exuviae), H
Cataclysta lemnata** Small China-mark:
female**, and male, gG
male**, and female, gG
Catchfly see Silene species
Celastrina argiolus** ssp. britanna female Holly Blue, gG
Celastrina argiolus** ssp. britanna male Holly Blue, gG
Centaurea nigra **, Centaurea nigra (white-flowered)** Black Knapweed, Common Knapweed, or Hard-heads, G
Centaurea scabiosa**   Centaurea scabiosa white-flowered** Greather Knapweed, H
Centipedes and Millipedes Gallery** (Uniramia), gG
Cerastium diffusum** Sea Mouse-ear, G
Cerastium fontanum** Common Mouse-ear, G
Cerastium glomeratum** Sticky Mouse-ear, G
Cetonia aurata** Rose Chafer, H, & France
Chalk Hill Blue see Polyommatus coridon
Chamaemelum nobile** Chamomile, G
Chamomile see Chamaemelum nobile
Chamomile Shark see Cucullia chamomilliae (larva)
Changing Forget-me-not see Myosotis discolor
Chenopodium glaucum** Oak-leaved Goosefoot, H
Chickweed, Common see Stellaria media
Chickweed, Water see Myosoton aquaticum
Chilocorus bipustulatus** Heather Ladybird, gG
Chilocorus renipustulatus** Kidney-spot Ladybird, gG
China-mark, Small see Cataclysta lemnata
Choreutis pariana** Apple-leaf Skeletonizer, gG
Chorthippus brunneus** Field Grasshoppers, imago, nymphs & exuvia, gG/G
Chorthippus brunneus** Field Grasshopper, female imago, G
Chroogomphus rutilus** Copper Spike, G
Chrysopa carnea** a green lacewing, gG
Chrysops relictus** (a horsefly), female imago, Oxon
Chrysotoxum festivum** (a hoverfly), female imago, gG
Chrysotoxum festivum** (a hoverfly), male imago, gG
Cicadella viridis** homopteran bug, female, H
Cicadella viridis** homopteran bug, male, H
Cicindela campestris** Green Tiger Beetle, G
Cinnabar see Tyria jacobaea
Cimbex femoratus** Birch Sawfly larva, Woolmer, H
Cirsium arvense** Creeping Thistle, G
Cirsium dissectum** Meadow Thistle, H
Cirsium vulgare** Spear Thistle, G
Cladonia crispata** (possibly), G
Cladonia floerkeana** a lichen, G
Cladonia portentosa** a lichen, G
Cleavers see Galium aparine
Clematis vitalba** Old Man's Beard, H, & W Sussex
Clinopodium acinos** Basil Thyme, H
Clinopodium ascendens** Common Calamint, G
Clouded Yellow see Colias croceus
Clovers see Trifolium species
Clustered Bellflower see Campanula glomerata
Clustered Clover see Trifolium glomeratum
Coastal flowers see Wild Flowers of the Coast
Coccinella septempunctata** 7-spot Ladybird, gG
Coccinella undecimpunctata** 11-spot Ladybird, gG
Coccinellidae (Ladybirds) see Coleoptera (beetles)
Cockchafer, Common / Maybug see Melolontha melolontha
Coenagrion puella** male Azure Damselfly, gG
Coenagrion puella* male Azure Demselfly, H
Coleoptera Gallery** Beetles, including Coccinellidae (Ladybirds)
Adalia bipunctata** 2-spot Ladybird, gG
Adalia decempunctata** 10-spot Ladybird, gG
beetle larva* , unknown species in composite image, gG
Cetonia aurata** Rose Chafer, H, & France
Chilocorus renipustulatus** Kidney-spot Ladybird, gG
Cicindela campestris** Green Tiger Beetle, G
Coccinella septempunctata** 7-spot Ladybird, gG
Coccinella undecimpunctata** 11-spot Ladybird, gG
Cychrus caraboides** a ground beetle, G
Exochomus quadripustulatus** Pine Ladybird, gG
Halyzia sedecimguttata, H. 16-guttata Orange Ladybird, H
Harmonia axyridis** Harlequin Ladybird, gG
Hippodamia (Adonia) variegata** Adonis' Ladybird, G
Lucanus cervus** Stag Beetle, female, gG
Meloe proscarabeus** Oil Beetle, Dorset
Melolontha melolontha** Common Cockchafer / Maybug, H
Phyllopertha horticola* Garden Chafer, H
Phytodecta viminalis* (probably P. viminalis) a leaf beetle, H
Propylea quattuordecimpunctata** 14-spot Ladybird, gG
Psyllobora vigintiduopunctata** 22-spot Ladybird, gG
Rutpela (Strangalia) maculata** Harlequin Longhorn, gG, H
Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata** 16-spot Ladybird, G, H
Colias croceus** Clouded Yellow, G
Common Blue see Polyommatus icarus
Common Calamint see Clinopodium ascendens
Common Chickweed see Stellaria media
Common Cockchafer / Maybug see Melolontha melolontha
Common Cudweed see Filago vulgaris
Common Darter see Sympetrum striolatum
Common Earwig see Forficula auricularia
Common Fleabane see Pulicaria dysenterica
Common Gorse see Ulex europaeus
Common Green Shieldbug see Palomena prasina
Common Ivy see Hedera helix
Common Knapweed see Centaurea nigra
Common Lizard see Zootoca vivipara
Common Mourning Bee see Melecta albifrons
Common Mouse-ear see Cerastium fontanum
Common Newt see Lissotriton vulgaris
Common Oak see Quercus robur
Common Pug see Eupithecia vulgata, G
Common Redstart** Phoenicurus phoenicurus, gG
Common Stork's-bill see Erodium cicutarium
Common Toadflax see Linaria vulgaris
Common Toad see Bufo bufo
Common Vetch see Vicia sativa
Common Wasp see Vespula vulgaris
Common Whitlowgrass see Erophila verna
Conocephalum conicum** Great Scented Liverwort, H
Conocephalus discolor** Long-winged Conehead, female imago, G, H
Conocephalus discolor** Long-winged Conehead nymphs, G
Contents summary of Deb's Web
Convolvulus arvensis** Field Bindweed, G
Copper Spike see Chroogomphus rutilus
Coprinellus micaceus (Glistening Inkcap)
Coral-necklace see Illecebrum verticillatum
Coreus marginatus** Dock Bug, gG
Corizus hyoscyami**, a bug, gG
Corn Marigold see Calendula officinalis
Corn Mint see Mentha arvensis
Cotula coronopifolia** Buttonweed, H
Crambe maritima** Sea Kale, G
cranefly see Tipula sp., gG
Crassula tillaea** Mossy Stonecrop, G
Crataegus monogyna** Hawthorn or May tree, G
Creeping Buttercup see Ranunculus repens
Creeping Thistle see Cirsium arvense
Creeping-Jenny see Lysimachia nummularia
Crepis vesicaria** Beaked Hawk's-beard, G
Crithmum maritimum** Rock Samphire (Wild Flower Gallery) Illustrated Article* Wild Flowers of the Coast, G
Crow Garlic see Allium vineale
Cryptops cf. hortensis a centipede, gG
Cuckoo-pint or Lord's-and-Ladies see Arum maculatum
Cuckoo-flower see Cardamine pratensis
Cucullia chamomilliae** Chamomile Shark larva, G
Curled Dock see Rumex crispus subsp. littoreus
Cychrus caraboides** a ground beetle, G
Cygnus olor** Mute Swan, male, female & young, H
Cylindroiulus londinensis a millipede, gG
Cymbalaria muralis** Ivy-leaved Toadflax, G
Cyphostethus tristriatus** Juniper Shieldbug, gG

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D

Dactylorhiza maculata subsp. ericetorum* Heath Spotted-orchid, H
Dactylorhiza praetermissa* Southern Marsh-orchid, H
Dactylorhiza x hallii * putative hybrid between Heath Spotted-orchid and Southern Marsh-orchid, H
Daffodil, Wild see Narcissus pseudonarcissus ssp. pseudonarcissus
Daisy see Bellis perennis
Daisy, Oxeye see Leucanthemum vulgare
Damselflies and Dragoflies see Odonata
Dandelion see Taraxacum species
Daphne laureola** Spurge-laurel, H
Dasysyrphus tricinctus** a hoverfly, female, H
Dark Bush-crickets see Pholidoptera griseoaptera
Daucus carota subsp. carota ** Wild Carrot, G
Dead Man's Fingers see Xylaria polymorpha
Deadly Nightshade see Atropa belladonna
Deb's Web* profile of creator
Deciduous Woodland habitat** (Broadleaved Woodland), H
Deilephila porcellus** Small Elephant Hawk-moth, H
Deilephila elpenor** Elephant Hawkmoth, G
Dicots Gallery* Wild flowers and plants
Digitalis purpurea** Foxglove, G
Diptera Gallery Flies (excluding hoverflies)
Dock Bug see Coreus marginatus
Dock, Curled see Rumex crispus subsp. littoreus
Dog-violet see Viola canina
Dolycoris baccarum** Hairy Shieldbug, gG
Dove-s-foot Crane's-bill see Geranium molle
Dragoflies and Damselflies see Odonata
Drone Fly** see Eristalis tenax
Drosera intermedia** Oblong-leaved Sundew, H
Drosera rotundifolia** Round-leaved Sundew, H
Dwarf Mallow see Malva neglecta
Dwarf Spurge see Euphorbia exigua

E

Early Hair-grass see Aira praecox
Early Meadow-grass see Poa infirma
Early Mining Bee see Andrena haemorrhoa
Early Spider Orchid see Ophrys sphegodes
Earwig, Common see Forficula auricularia
Echium vulgare** Viper's-bugloss Gallery page 1**   page 2**   Article*
Ectobius panzeri** Lesser Cockroach, G
Elasmostethus interstinctus** Birch Shieldbug, H
Elasmostethus tristriatus now Cyphostethus tristriatus** Juniper Shieldbug, gG
Elephant Hawkmoth see Deilephila elpenor,
Elephant Hawkmoth, Small see Deilephila porcellus,
Emperor Dragonfly see Anax imperator
English Oak see Quercus robur
Epilobium ciliatum** American Willowherb, G
Epilobium hirsutum** Great Willowherb, H
Epistrophe eligans** a hoverfly (female), gG
Episyrphus balteatus** Marmalade Hoverfly (female), gG
Equisetum telmateia** Great Horsetail, G
Erinaceus europaeus** Hedgehog, Essex
Eristalis arbustorum** a hoverfly, female, gG
Eristalis interruptus** a hoverfly, male, West Sussex
Eristalis pertinax** a hoverfly, female, gG
Eristalis similis** a hoverfly, female, gG
Eristalis tenax** Drone Fly, female, gG
Erithacus rubecula** Robin adult & juvenile, gG
Erodium cicutarium** Common Stork's-bill, G
Erodium lebelii** Sticky Stork's-bill, G
Erodium moschatum** Musk Stork's-bill, G
Erophila verna** Common Whitlowgrass, G
Eryngium maritimum** Sea Holly Gallery page**   Article*, G
Erysimum cheiri* Wallflower (in composite image), gG
Eupeodes sp.** a hoverfly, female, gG
Euphorbia amygdaloides amygdaloides** Wood Spurge, H
Euphorbia exigua** Dwarf Spurge, H
Euphorbia paralias** Sea Spurge – Gallery** coastal plants*, G
Euphorbia peplus** Petty Spurge, G, H
Eupithecia vulgata** Common Pug, G
Eupteryx mellisae* homopteran bug (in composite image), gG
European House Spider, Greater see Tegenaria duellica , gG
Eurygaster testudinaria** a tortoise bug (shieldbug), gG, & G
Eysarcoris fabricii see Eysarcoris venustissimus Woundwort Shieldbug, gG
Eysarcoris venustissimus** (syn. Eysarcoris fabricii) Woundwort Shieldbug, gG
Exochomus quadripustulatus** Pine Ladybird, gG

F

Fairy Flax see Linum catharticum
Falco tinnunculus** Kestrel, G
False Deathcap see Amanita citrina var. citrina, G
Fauna Miscellaneous fauna gallery (animals and insects), G, H
Field Bindweed see Convolvulus arvensis
Field Maple see Acer campestre
Field Pansy see Viola arvensis
Field Woundwort see Stachys arvensis
Fieldfare** Turdus pilaris, gG
Filago vulgaris* Common Cudweed, G
Fleabane see Pulicaria species
Fleabane Beetle see Cassida murraea
Fleet Pond ** Hampshire Flora Group meeting, 31-May-2008, H
Flies (Diptera) Gallery , see also Hoverflies (Syrphidae)
Flora Galleries wild flowers photographic galleries   see also specific names
Flora of Gosport and Hampshire illustrated web page
Flora of Gosport An Annotated List of the Flora of Gosport About the forthcoming book
Flowers, wild** galleries
Flycatcher, Spotted* Muscicapa striata, G
Forficula auricularia ** Common Earwig, gG,
Fox, Red see Vulpes vulpes
Foxglove see Digitalis purpurea
French Oat-grass see Gaudinia fragilis
Frog, Common see Rana temporaria
Fumaria reuteri ** Martin's Ramping-fumitory, G, & Isle of Wight
Fungi:
Agaricus placomyces Peck** = A. praeclavesquamosus Freeman, a mushroom, G
Agaricus silvicola** Wood Mushroom, G
Agaricus xanthodermus** Yellow Stainer, gG
Amanita citrina var. citrina** False Deathcap, G
Amanita phalloides** Deathcap, G
Amanita rubescens** The Blusher, G
Chroogomphus rutilus** Copper Spike, G
Ganoderma applanatum?** Bracket fungi, Wildgrounds, G
Hygrocybe calyptriformis** Pink Waxcap (fungi), G
Hygrocybe ceracea** Butter Waxcap (fungi), G
Hygrocybe conica** Blackening Waxcap (fungi), G
Hygrocybe intermedia** Fibrous Waxcap (fungi), G
Hygrocybe irrigata** Slimy Waxcap (fungi), G
Illosporiopsis christiansenii** a lichenised fungus, G
Macrolepiota procera** Parasol Mushroom (species gallery), G
Macrolepiota procera* Parasol Mushroom (v. small image), G
Pholiota squarrosa** Shaggy Scalycap, G
unidentified fungi* (in composite image), gG
See also Lichens; Lichenicolous fungus

G

Galanthus nivalis aff. ** Snowdrop, G
Galium aparine ** Cleavers or Goosegrass, G, & Cornwall
Galium constrictum ** Slender Marsh-bedstraw, G, & H
Galleries (All) contains links to photographic species galleries (plant, animal and insect), Gosport wildlife sites and web pages about the natural world
Amphibians and reptiles
Bees and Wasps Aculeata
Beetles Coleoptera - including many Ladybirds (Coccinellidae)
Birds Aves
Bugs Hemiptera
Butterflies Lepidoptera (pp.)
Centipedes and Millipedes Uniramia
Dragonflies and damselflies Odonata
Fauna (other) miscellaneous animals and insects not included elsewhere
Flies Diptera (excl. hoverflies). See also Hoverflies (Syrphidae)
Flora (wild flowers & plants) All plants, Dicots, Monocots, Pteridophytes (ferns) Mosses & Liverworts
Flora (other) miscellaneous plants, including lower plants, some species not included elsewhere; some pages with a mixture of plants & animals
Fungi Mushrooms and moulds, etc.
Gosports' greenspaces Wild Places and Greenspaces in Gosport (Hampshire, UK)
Gosport garden My Gosport garden, with photographs
Grasshoppers and Allies Orthoptera under construction
Habitats under construction
Hoverflies Syrphidae
Lichens
Mammals
Moths Lepidoptera (pp.)
Natural World Images from the natural world not covered by other pages
Sawflies (Symphyta)
Spiders and related (arachnids)
Wildlife (general) see specific groups; Gosport, Wild Places... (above); Browndown...; see also A Gosport garden; specific names
Gallinula chloropus ** Moorhen, G
Ganoderma applanatum?** Bracket fungi, G
Garden habitat Gardens as wildlife habitat see also Gosport garden
Garden Chafer see Phyllopertha horticola
Garden Spider see Araneus diadematus
Garlic Mustard see Alliaria petiolata
Gaudinia fragilis** French Oat-grass, G
Gentiana pneumonanthe** Marsh Gentian, H
Geranium molle** Dove's-foot Crane's-bill, G
Geranium pratense** Meadow Crane's-bill, G
Geranium purpureum ssp. forsteri 'Little-Robin'   Gallery page**   article*, G
Geranium pyrenaicum** Hedgerow Crane's-bill, H
Geranium robertianum** Herb-Robert, G
Geranium rotundifolium** Round-leaved Crane's-bill
Geum urbanum** Wood Avens, G, H
Glistening Inkcap see Coprinellus micaceus
Glyphipterix thrasonella* a micro-moth (on Cirsium dissectum pic), H
Golden-Samphire see Inula crithmoides
Goosegrass see Galium aparine
Gosport garden My Gosport garden, with photographs
Gosport's Greenspaces & Wild Places* , G
Grass Vetchling see Lathyrus nissolia
Grasshoppers and Allies see Othoptera
Grayling see Hipparchia semele
Greater Knapweed see Centaurea scabiosa
Great Green Bush-cricket see Tettigonia viridissima
Great Horsetail see Equisetum telmateia
Great Mullien see Verbascum thapsus
Great Tit** Parus major, male, gG
Great Willowherb see Epilobium hirsutum
Great Wood Wasp / Greater Horntail Wasp see Urocerus gigas
Greater European House Spider see Tegenaria duellica
Greater Horntail Wasp / Great Wood Wasp see Urocerus gigas
Greater Stitchwort see Stellaria holostea
Green Alkanet see Pentaglottis sempervirens
Green Tiger Beetle see Cicindela campestris
Green Shieldbug, Common see Palomena prasina
Green-winged Orchid see Anacamptis morio
Groundsel see Senecio vulgaris
Guizotia abyssinica** Niger, G
Gwynne's Mining Bee see Andrena bicolor

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Habitats see also specific types e.g. broadleaved woodland, heathland, arable
Hairy-footed Flower-bee see Anthophora plumipes
Hairy Shieldbug see Dolycoris baccarum
Hairy Tare see Vicia hirsuta
halo, 22 degree, lunar** natural phenomenon, gG
Halyzia sedecimguttata, H. 16-guttata** Orange Ladybird, H
Hampshire: some useful links (Opens new windows - off this site)
HBIC Hampshire Biodiversity Information Centre
Hants Plants a web site for the Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland (BSBI) in Hampshire
Hampshire Rare Plant Register, project web site
Hampshire Flora Group:
Fleet Pond meeting of 31-May-2008*
Sowley meeting of 01-Jun-2008*
Haplophilus subterraneus see Stigmatogaster subterranea
Hard-heads see Centaurea nigra
Hare's-foot Clover see Trifolium arvense
Harebell see Campanula rotundifolia
Harlequin Ladybird see Harmonia axyridis
Harlequin Longhorn (Black and Yellow Longhorn) beetle see Rutpela (Strangalia) maculata
Harmonia axyridis Harlequin Ladybird:   pupa* (in composite photo);   Gallery page** larva, pupa, & imago, gG
Hart's-tongue Fern see Asplenium scolopendrium (syn. Phyllitis scolopendrium )
Hawthorn (or May tree) see Crataegus monogyna
Hawthorn Shieldbug see Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale
Heath Dog-violet see Viola canina
Heath Pearlwort see Sagina subulata
Heath Rush see Juncus squarrosus
Heath Spotted-orchid see Dactylorhiza maculata subsp. ericetorum
Heath Spotted-orchid hybrid see Dactylorhiza x hallii, putative hybrid between Heath Spotted- and Southern Marsh-orchid
Heath Wood-rush see Luzula multiflora
Heather Ladybird** Chilocorus bipustulatus, gG
Heathland habitat* see also Browndown Common, Browndown Ranges
Hedera helix** Common Ivy, G
Hedge Bindweed see Calystegia sepium
Hedgerow Crane's-bill see Geranium pyrenaicum
Hedgehog see Erinaceus europaeus
Helleborus foetidus** Stinking Hellebore, H
Helophilus pendulus** a hoverfly, female, gG
Hepaticae* , Liverworts, G, H
Herb-Robert see Geranium robertianum
Heteroptera Gallery** Bugs, gG see also specific names
Heterotoma planicornis** a Mirid bug, gG
Hibiscus syriacus** Rose Mallow or Syrian Ketmia, (cultivated), gG
Himalayan Balsam or Indian Balsam see Impatiens glandulifera
Hipparchia semele ** Grayling, G
Hippodamia variegata** Adonis' Ladybird, G
Holly see Ilex aquifolium
Holly Blue see Celastrina argiolus
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Honey Bee see Apis mellifera
honeysuckle species (cult.) see Lonicera species
Hop Trefoil see Trifolium campestre
Hornet see Vespa crabro
Horntail Wasp, Greater / Great Wood Wasp see Urocerus gigas
horsefly, a see specific name
House Sparrow see Passer domesticus
House Spider, Greater European see Tegenaria duellica
Hoverfly Gallery** (Syrphidae), gG, H, &etc.
Hoverflies:
Baccha elongata** male and female, gG
Chrysotoxum festivum** (a hoverfly), female imago, gG
Chrysotoxum festivum** (a hoverfly), male imago, gG
Epistrophe eligans** a hoverfly, female, gG
Episyrphus balteatus** Marmalade Hoverfly, female, gG
Eristalis arbustorum** female, gG
Eristalis interruptus** male, West Sussex
Eristalis pertinax* female, gG
Eristalis tenax** Drone Fly, female, gG
Eupeodes sp. (1)** female, gG
Helophilus pendulus** female, gG
Leucozona glaucia** female, gG
Myathropa florea** female, gG
Myathropa florea** male, gG
Paragus sp.?** gG
Scaeva pyrastri** female, gG
Scaeva pyrastri var. unicolor** female, gG
Scaeva pyrastri** male, gG
Scaeva selenitica** male, gG
Sericomyia silentis** female (a hoverfly), H
Syritta pipiens** female, gG
Syrphus ribesii** female, gG
Volucella bombylans** male, H
Volucella inanis** female, gG
Volucella pellucens** female, gG
Volucella zonaria* female, gG
Volucella zonaria* male, gG
Xanthogramma pedissequum** female, H
Xylota segnis** male, gG & H
Hyacinthoides non-scripta** Bluebell, H & Cornwall, UK
Hybrid orchid see Dactylorhiza x hallii, putative hybrid between Heath Spotted-orchid and Southern Marsh-orchid
Hygrocybe calyptriformis** Pink Waxcap (fungi), G
Hygrocybe ceracea** Butter Waxcap (fungi), G
Hygrocybe conica** Blackening Waxcap (fungi), G
Hygrocybe intermedia** Fibrous Waxcap (fungi), H
Hygrocybe irrigata** Slimy Waxcap (fungi), G
Hypericum elodes** Marsh St John's-wort, H
Hypopitys monotropa** Crantz. (Monotropa hypopitys L.) Yellow Bird's-nest, H

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Ilex aquifolium** Holly, G, H
Illecebrum verticillatum** Coral-necklace, H
Illosporiopsis christiansenii** (probably) or (possibly) Marchandiomyces corallinus, G
Impatiens capensis** Orange Balsam, H
Impatiens glandulifera** Himalayan Balsam, or Indian Balsam, H
Imagechaser Wood Lark* Lullula arborea Courtesy of Imagechaser
Indian Balsam or Himalayan Balsam see Impatiens glandulifera
Indian Pokeweed see Phytolacca acinosa
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Inula crithmoides** Golden-samphire, G
Ischnura elegans** Blue-tailed Damselfly, G
Ivy, Common see Hedera helix
Ivy Broomrape see Orobanche hederae
Ivy-leaved Toadflax see Cymbalaria muralis

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Jasminum nudiflorum* Winter-flowering Jasmine (cultivated), gG
Juncus gerardii* Saltmarsh Rush, H
Juncus squarrosus* Heath Rush, H
Juniper Haircap see Polytrichum juniperinum
Juniper Shieldbug see Cyphostethus tristriatus

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Kestrel** Falco tinnunculus, gG
Kidney-spot Ladybird** Chilocorus renipustulatus, gG
Knapweed, Common see Centaurea nigra

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Lacerta vivipara see Zootoca vivipara (Common Lizard)
lacewing (green) see Chrysopa carnea
Ladybird Gallery see Coleoptera Gallery (Beetles); see also specific names
Lady Orchid see Orchis purpurea
Lamium album** White Dead-nettle, H
Large Bindweed see Calystegia silvatica
Large Thyme see Thymus pulegioides
Large Red Damselfly see Pyrrhosoma nymphula
Larus ridibundus** Black-headed Gull, G
Lasioglossum calceatum** a bee, female, gG
Lasioglossum calceatum** a bee, male, gG
Lasiommata megera** Wall, male & female, Deep Dale, UK
Lathraea clandestina** Purple Toothwort, H
Lathraea squamaria** Toothwort, H
Lathyrus japonicus** Sea Pea, H
Lathyrus linifolius** Bitter Vetch, H
Lathyrus nissolia** Grass Vetchling, G, H
Lathyrus pratensis** Meadow Vetchling, G, H
Lecanora campestris subsp. campestris** a lichen, G
Leucanthemum vulgare** Oxeye Daisy, G
Leucozona glaucia** a hoverfly, female, gG
Lepidoptera: Butterflies** Photograph Gallery
Lepidoptera: Moths** Photograph Gallery see also Moth species (below) for listing
Lesser Butterfly-orchid see Platanthera bifolia
Lesser Chickweed see Stellaria pallida
Lesser Cockroach see Ectobius panzeri
Lesser Striped Shieldbug see Odontoscelis lineola
Lesser Swallow Prominent see Pheosia gnoma
Lesser Trefoil see Trifolium dubium
Lesser Water-Plantain see Baldellia ranunculoides
Lichens
Cladonia crispata** possibly, G
Cladonia floerkeana** G
Cladonia portentosa** G
Lecanora campestris subsp. campestris** G
Lichen Gallery** view all lichens
[Lichenicolous fungus Illosporiopsis christiansenii or Marchandiomyces corallinus, NB: this is in Fungi, G]
Physcia adscendens** G
Physcia aipolia** G
Ramalina farinacea** G
Ramalina fastigiata** G
Teloschistes chrysophthalmus** Goldeneyes, G
Linaria repens** Pale Toadflax, G
Linaria vulgaris** Common Toadflax, G
Links some useful links for anyone interested in wildlife and nature
Linum catharticum* Fairy Flax, H
Lissotriton helveticus** (syn. Triturus helveticus) Palmate Newt, male, Species Gallery** <> Illustrated garden pond article **, G
Lissotriton vulgaris** (syn. Triturus vulgaris) Common or Smooth Newt, female laying eggs, G
Lithobius cf. forficatus** a centipede, also in composite image*, gG
'Little-Robin' see Geranium purpureum ssp. forsteri
Liverworts* , Hepaticae, G, H
Liverwort, Great Scented see Conocephalum conicum
Lizard, Common see Zootoca vivipara (synonym Lacerta vivipara)
Longhorn beetles see specific names, see also Coleoptera, & Rhagium mordax
Longhorn, Black and Yellow (Harlequin) see Rutpela maculata (synonym Strangalia maculata)
Long-winged Conehead see Conocephalus discolor
Lonicera species** , cultivated, honeysuckle, G
Lord's-and-Ladies or Cuckoo-pint see Arum maculatum
Lotus angustissimus** Slender Bird's-foot-trefoil, G
Lucanus cervus** Stag Beetle, female, G
Lullula arborea** Wood Lark, Courtesy of Imagechaser
Lunar halo, 22 degree** a natural phenomenon, gG
Luzula forsteri** Southern Wood-rush, G
Luzula multiflora* Heath Wood-rush, H
Lycaena phlaeas** Small Copper, G
Lycopodiella inundata** Marsh Clubmoss, H
Lygaeus equestris** (a bug), France
Lysandra coridon** Chalk Hill Blue see Polyommatus coridon
Lysimachia nemorum** Yellow Pimpernel, H
Lysimachia nummularia** Creeping-Jenny, H

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Macaria notata** Peacock Moth, Oxfordshire
Machimus cf atricapillus** (a robberfly), male imago, G
Macrolepiota procera** Parasol mushroom gallery images** small image*, G
Macropis europaea** female, Yellow Loosestrife Bee
Macropis europaea** probable male, Yellow Loosestrife Bee
Malva neglecta** Dwarf Mallow, G
Mammal Species Gallery Close up photographs
Marbled White see Melanargia galathea
Marchantia polymorpha** a liverwort, G
Marchantia polymorpha**, female, G
Marchantia polymorpha**, male, G
Marchandiomyces corallinus** (possibly) or (probably) Illosporiopsis christiansenii, G
Marjoram, Wild see Origanum vulgare
Marmalade Hoverfly see Episyrphus balteatus
Marsh Clubmoss see Lycopodiella inundata
Marsh Gentian see Gentiana pneumonanthe
Martin's Ramping-fumitory see Fumaria reuteri
Mason Bee, Red see Osmia bicornis (syn. Osmia rufa )
May tree (or Hawthorn) see Crataegus monogyna
Maybug / Common Cockchafer see Melolontha melolontha
Mayfly** larva, gG
Meadow Buttercup see Ranunculus acris
Meadow Crane's-bill see Geranium pratense
Meadow Thistle see Cirsium dissectum
Meadow Vetch see Lathyrus pratensis
Melanargia galathea ** Marbled White, female, H
Melanargia galathea ** Marbled White, male, H
Melecta albifrons** Common Mourning Bee, female, gG
Melecta albifrons** Common Mourning Bee, male, gG
Meles meles** , Badger, close up photos,   Meles meles 1**   Meles meles 2** , gG
Meloe proscarabeus** Oil Beetle, Dorset
Melolontha melolontha** Common Cockchafer / Maybug, H
Mentha aquatica** Water Mint, G
Mentha arvensis** Corn Mint, G
Mentha pulegium** Pennyroyal G
Mercurialis annua* Annual Mercury (in composite image), gG
Metrioptera brachyptera** Bog Bush-cricket, female, H
Migrant Hawker see Aeshna mixta
Millipedes** Centipedes and Millipedes Gallery (Uniramia), also a millipede (unnamed)* , gG
Milvus milvus** Red Kite, H
Minataur Beetle see Typhaeus typhoeus
Mining bees see Andrena species
Mint see Mentha species
Mirid bug see Heterotoma planicornis
Monotropa hypopitys see Hypopitys monotropa Yellow Bird's-nest, H
Montia fontana** Blinks, G
Moonwort see Botrychium lunaria
Moorhen** Gallinula chloropus, G
Mosses see Musci, see also Bryophytes
Mossy Stonecrop see Crassula tillaea
Moths (Lepidoptera) Species Gallery Close up photographs
Moth species (Lepidoptera)
Aethes smeathmanniana* a moth, H
Agapeta hamana* a moth, H
Apple Leaf Skeletoniser** Choreutis pariana, gG
Chamomile Shark** Cucullia chamomillae, larva, G
Cinnabar** Tyria jacobaeae, G
Elephant Hawkmoth** Deilephila elpenor, G
Lesser Swallow Prominent** Pheosia gnoma, larva, G
Nettle-tap Moth** Anthophila fabriciana, gG
Peacock Moth** Macaria notata, larva, G
Platytes cerussella** (a moth), G
Small China-mark** Cataclysta lemnata, female, G
Small China-mark** Cataclysta lemnata, male, G
Mouse-ears see Cerastium species
Mullein, Dark see Verbascum nigrum , H
Mullein, Great see Verbascum thapsus , West Sussex
Muscicapa striata* Spotted Flycatcher, G
Musci* , Mosses, see also Bryophytes, Hepaticae, G, H
Musk Stork's-bill see Erodium moschatum
Mute Swan** Cygnus olor, male, female & young, H
Mushrooms see Fungi
Myathropa florea** female, gG
Myathropa florea** a hoverfly, male and female, gG
Myosotis discolor** Changing Forget-me-not, G, & Cornwall
Myosotis laxa* Tufted Forget-me-not, H
Myosotis ramosissima** Early Forget-me-not, G
Myosoton aquaticum** Water Chickweed, G

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Narcissus pseudonarcissus ssp. pseudonarcissus Wild Daffodils, H
Natural phenomena** e.g. rainbow, lunar halo, gG, H, & France
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Nettle-tap Moth see Anthophila fabriciana
Niger see Guizotia abyssinica
Nottingham Catchfly see Silene nutans

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Oak-leaved Goosefoot see Chenopodium glaucum
Oat see Avena sativa
Oblong-leaved Sundew see Drosera intermedia
Odontoscelis lineola** Lesser Striped Shieldbug, imago, H
Odonata Dragoflies and Damselflies
Oil Beetle see Meloe proscarabeus
Old Man's Beard see Clematis vitalba
Ononis repens** Restharrow, G, H
Ophrys apifera** Bee Orchid, G, H
Ophrys sphegodes** Early Spider Orchid, Dorset
Orchis morio see Anacamptis morio
Orchis purpurea** Lady Orchid, H
Orchis ustulata** Burnt Orchid, H
Ononis repens** Restharrow, G, H
Ophioglossum vulgatum** Adder's-tongue, H
Opisthograptis luteolata** Brimstone Moth, gG
Orange Balsam see Impatiens capensis
Orange Ladybird see Halyzia sedecimguttata, H. 16-guttata
Orchids see specific names
Origanum vulgare** Wild Marjoram, G, H
Ornithopus perpusillus** Bird's-foot, G, H
Orobanche hederae** Ivy Broomrape, forma monochroma & normal colour form, H
Orthoptera Species Gallery Close up photographs of grasshoppers and allies
Osmia bicornis** (syn. Osmia rufa) a mining bee, gG
Osmia rufa** see Osmia bicornis a mining bee
Oxalis acetosella** Wood-sorrel, H
Oxeye Daisy see Leucanthemum vulgare
Oxford Ragwort see Senecio squalidus

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Paeonia** Peony, gG
Pale Toadflax see Linaria repens
Palmate Newt see Lissotriton helveticus
Palomena prasina** Common Green Shieldbug, gG
?Paragus sp.** a hoverfly, gG
Pararge aegeria** ssp. tircis Speckled Wood, gG
Parentucellia viscosa** Yellow Bartsia, H
Parasol mushroom see Macrolepiota procera
Parus major** Great Tit, male, gG
Passer domesticus** House Sparrow, male: Gallery page**   in composite image*, gG
Peacock Moth see Macaria notata
Pedunculate Oak see Quercus robur
Pendulous Sedge see Carex pendula
Pennyroyal see Mentha pulegium
Pentaglottis sempervirens** Green Alkanet, H
Pentatoma rufipes** Red-legged Shieldbug, W. Sussex
Peony see Paeonia
Petty Spurge see Euphorbia peplus
Pheosia gnoma** Lesser Swallow Prominent, larva, H
Philanthus triangulum** Bee-wolf or Bee-killer, female, H
Phlogophora meticulosa* Angle Shades larva, (in composite image), gG
Phoenicurus phoenicurus** (Common) Redstart, gG
Pholidoptera griseoaptera** Dark Bush-crickets, adult male, female, & nymphs gG
Pholiota squarrosa** Shaggy Scalycap, G
Phyllitis scolopendrium see Asplenium scolopendrium Hart's-tongue Fern
Phyllopertha horticola* Garden Chafer, H
Phyloscopus trochilus** Willow Warbler, 1st winter, gG
Physcia adscendens** a lichen, gG
Physcia aipolia** a lichen, G
Phytodecta sp.** probably P. viminalis a leaf beetle, H
Phytolacca acinosa** Indian Pokeweed, G
Picromerus bidens** Spiked Shieldbug, H
Pillwort see Pilularia globulifera
Pilularia globulifera* Pillwort, fertile, H
Pine Ladybird see Exochomus quadripustulatus
Pink Water-speedwell see Veronica catenata
Pirri-pirri-bur see Acaena novae-zelandiae
Plant Species Galleries**;   see also specific names
Dicots* Wild flowers - herbs and trees
Lower plants* Mosses and liverworts
Monocots* Wild flowers - grasses, sedges, rushes, orchids, onions, etc.
Pteridophytes* Ferns and allies
Wild Flowers of Gosport* , G, H
Wild Flowers of the Coast* , G, H
Platanthera bifolia** Lesser Butterfly-orchid, H
Platytes cerussella ** a moth, G
Pipistrellus pipistrellus ** Pipistrelle (bat), gG
Poa infirma** Early Meadow-grass, G
Podops inuncta** Turtle Bug imago, gG
Polygonum aviculare ** Ray's Knotgrass, G
Polygonum oxyspermum subsp. raii** Ray's Knotgrass, G
Polyommatus coridon** (syn. Lysandra coridon) Chalk Hill Blue, female, H
Polyommatus coridon** (syn. Lysandra coridon) Chalk Hill Blue, male, H
Polyommatus icarus** Common Blue, male, H
Polytrichum juniperinum** Juniper Haircap, G
Garden ponds**
Propylea quattuordecimpunctata** 14-spot Ladybird, gG
Prunella vulgaris** Selfheal, gG
Prunus spinosa** Blackthorn, Sloe, G
Psyllobora vigintiduopunctata** 22-spot Ladybird, gG
Pulicaria dysenterica** Common Fleabane
Pulicaria vulgaris** Small Fleabane
Purple Toothwort see Lathraea clandestina
Pyramidal Orchid see Anacamptis pyramidalis
Pyrrhosoma nymphula** Large Red Damselfly, Adult female**;   Adult male**;   Nymph**   Exuvia**, gG

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Quercus robur** Common Oak, English Oak, or Pedunculate Oak, G

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Rainbow** a natural phenomenon, gG
Ramalina farinacea** a lichen, G
Ramalina fastigiata** a lichen, G
Rana temporaria Common Frog:
Immature frog**, gG
Garden ponds** frogs, toads and newts, fully illustrated, gG
Tadpoles and spawn**, gG
Tadpoles and spawn**, gG
Ranunculus acris** Meadow Buttercup, G
Ranunculus bulbosus** Bulbous Buttercup, G
Ranunculus repens** Creeping Buttercup, G
Raspberry Slime Mould see Tubifera ferriginosa
Ray's Knotgrass see Polygonum oxyspermum subsp. raii
Red Admiral see Vanessa atalanta
Red Clover see Trifolium pratense
Red Fox see Vulpes vulpes
Red Kite** Milvus milvus, H
Red-legged Shieldbug see Pentatoma rufipes
Red Mason Bee see Osmia bicornis (syn. Osmia rufa )
Redstart, Common** Phoenicurus phoenicurus, gG
Redwing** Turdus iliacus, gG
Restharrow** see Ononis repens
Rhagium mordax* a longhorn beetle, H
Rhogogaster viridis** a sawfly, H
Rhytidiadelphus loreus** a moss, ?
Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus** a moss, ?
Rhyzobius litura** Small Brown Ladybird, gG
Rhopalis subrufus** a bug (probably this species), H
Robin** Erithacus rubecula, adult & juvenile, gG
Rock Samphire see Crithmum maritimum
Rosa rubiginosa** Sweet-briar, G
Rose Chafer see Cetonia aurata
Rose Mallow see Hibiscus syriacus (cultivated)
Rosemary see Rosmarinus officinalis
Rosmarinus officinalis** Rosemary (in composite image), gG
Rosy Garlic see Allium roseum
Round-leaved Crane's-bill see Geranium rotundifolium
Round-leaved Sundew see Drosera rotundifolia
Rowner Copse A small ancient woodland in Gosport
Rue-leaved Saxifrage see Saxifraga tridactylites
Rumex crispus subsp. littoreus** maritime subspecies of Curled Dock, G
Ruscus aculeatus** Butcher's-broom, G
Rutpela maculata** (syn. Strangalia maculata) Harlequin Longhorn, gG

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Sagina subulata** Heath Pearlwort, G, H
Saltmarsh Rush see Juncus gerardii
Sawflies see specific names
Saxifraga tridactylites** Rue-leaved Saxifrage, G
Scaeva pyrastri** a hoverfly, female, gG
Scaeva pyrastri** a hoverfly, male, gG
Scaeva pyrastri var. unicolor** a hoverfly, female, gG
Scaeva selenitica** , a hoverfly , male, gG
Scarlet Pimpernel see Anagallis arvensis subsp. arvensis
Scirpus sylvaticus** Wood Club-rush, Headley, H
Scrophularia scorodonia* Balm-leaved Figwort, H
Sea Arrowgrass see Triglochin maritima
Sea Bindweed see Calystegia soldanella
Sea Campion see Silene uniflora
Sea Kale see Crambe maritima
Sea Holly see Eryngium maritmum
Sea Mouse-ear see Cerastium diffusum
Sea Pea see Lathyrus japonicus
Sea Rocket see Cakile maritima
Sea Spurge see Euphorbia paralias
Sea Wormwood see Seriphidium maritimum
Selfheal see Prunella vulgaris
Senecio squalidus** Oxford Ragwort, G
Senecio vulgaris** Groundsel, G
Sericomyia silentis** (a hoverfly), female, H
Seriphidium maritimum** Sea Wormwood, G, H
Shaggy Scalycap see Pholiota squarrosa
Sheep,** Badger-face, H
Shepherd's-purse see Capsella bursa-pastoris
Shieldbugs** in Bug Gallery
Silene gallica 1** Silene gallica 2** Small-flowered Catchfly, G
Silene italica** Italian Catchfly, G
Silene latifolia** White Campion, G
Silene nutans** Nottingham Catchfly, G
Silene uniflora** Sea Campion, G
Silver Hair-grass see Aira caryophyllea
Sitemap , gG
Skylark** Alauda arvensis, G
Slender Bird's-foot-trefoil see Lotus angustissimus
Slender Hare's-ear see Bupleurum tenuissimum
Slender Marsh-bedstraw see Galium constrictum
Slender Trefoil see Trifolium micranthum
Slime Mould, Raspberry see Tubifera ferriginosa
Sloe see Prunus spinosa
Slug** , gG
Small Brown Ladybird see Rhyzobius litura
Small Copper see Lycaena phlaeas
Small China-mark see Cataclysta lemnata
Small Elephant Hawkmoth see Deilephila porcellus
Small Fleabane see Pulicaria vulgaris
Small-flowered Catchfly see Silene gallica
Small Tortoiseshell see Aglais urticae
Smooth Newt see Lissotriton helveticus
Smooth Tare see Vicia tetrasperma
Snapdragon see Antirrhinum majus
Sneezewort see Achillea ptarmica
Snowdrop see Galanthus nivalis aff.
Southern Hawker see Aeshna cyanea
Southern Marsh-orchid see Dactylorhiza praetermissa
Southern Wood-rush see Luzula forsteri
Sowley ** Hampshire Flora Group meeting, 01-Jun-2008, H
Spear Thistle see Cirsium vulgare
Speckled Wood see Pararge aegeria
Speedwell, Thyme-leaved see Veronica serpyllifolia
Spiders Gallery** (Arachnids), gG
Spiked Shieldbug see Picromerus bidens
Spiranthes spiralis** Autumn Lady's-tresses:   Wild Flower Gallery**   article illustration* G, H
Spotted Flycatcher** Muscicapa striata, G
Spotted Snake Millipede see Blaniulus guttulatus
Spring-sedge see Carex caryophyllea
Spurge see Euphorbia species
Spurge-laurel see Daphne laureola
Stachys arvensis** Field Woundwort, G
Stag Beetle see Lucanus cervus
Starling** Sturnus vulgaris, immature, gG
Starry Clover see Trifolium stellatum
Stigmatogaster subterranea* a centipede (synonym Haplophilus subterraneus), gG
Sticky Mouse-ear see Cerastium glomeratum
Sticky Stork's-bill see Erodium lebelii
Stellaria holostea** Greater Stitchwort, G, H
Stellaria media** Common Chickweed, G
Stellaria pallida** Lesser Chickweed, G
Stinking Hellebore see Helleborus foetidus
Stitchwort, Greater see Stellaria holostea
Stork's-bills see Erodium species
Strangalia maculata see Rutpela maculata
Sturnus vulgaris** Starling, immature, gG
Suffocated Clover see Trifolium suffocatum
Sundew, Round-leaved see Drosera rotundifolia
Sweet-briar see Rosa rubiginosa
Sympetrum striolatum** Common Darter   female** gG;   male**, gG & G
Symphyta see specific names
Syrian Ketmia see Hibiscus syriacus (cultivated)
Syritta pipiens** a hoverfly, female, gG
Syrphidae (Hoverflies)**, Gallery, gG, H, &etc.
Syrphus ribesii** a hoverfly, female, gG

T

Taraxacum aggregate Dandelion, gG, H
Taraxacum arenastrum a dandelion, G
Tegenaria gigantea** Synonym Tegenaria duellica Greater European House Spider, gG
Teloschistes chrysophthalmus** a lichen, G
Tettigonia viridissima* Great Green Bush-cricket, female, H
Tettigonia viridissima** Great Green Bush-cricket, female, H
Tettigonia viridissima* Great Green Bush-cricket, male, France
Thelypteris palustris** Marsh Fern, Isle of Wight
Thesium humifusum** Bastard Toadflax, H
Thistles see Cirsium species
Thyme-leaved Speedwell see Veronica serpyllifolia
Thymus polytrichus** Wild Thyme, H
Thymus pulegioides** Large Thyme, G, & Cornwall
Tipula** sp.* a cranefly, gG
Toad, Common see Bufo bufo
Toadflax, Ivy-leaved see Cymbalaria muralis
Toadflax, Pale see Linaria repens
Tortoise bug see Eurygaster testudinaria
Trefoil see Lotus, Ornithopus & Trifolium species
Trifid Bur-marigold see Bidens tripartita
Trifolium arvense Hare's-foot Clover: Gallery ** G,   Article*, G
Trifolium campestre** Hop Trefoil, H
Trifolium dubium** Lesser Trefoil, H
Trifolium glomeratum* Clustered Clover, G
Trifolium micranthum** Slender Trefoil, H
Trifolium pratense** Red Clover, G
Trifolium repens** White Clover, G
Trifolium stellatum ** Starry Clover, G
Trifolium suffocatum** Suffocated Clover, G
Triglochin maritima* Sea Arrowgrass, H
Triturus helveticus see Lissotriton helveticus Palmate Newt, gG
Triturus vulgaris see Lissotriton vulgaris Common or Smooth Newt, gG
Tubifera ferriginosa** Raspberry Slime Mould, H
Tufted Forget-me-not see Myosotis laxa
Tufted Vetch see Vicia cracca
Turdus iliacus** Redwing, gG
Turdus merula ** Blackbird male, & female**, gG;   composite image*, gG
Turdus pilaris** Fieldfare, gG
Turtle Bug see Podops inuncta
Typhaeus typhoeus** Minataur Beetle, male, G
Tyria jacobaea** Cinnabar, G
Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata** 16-spot Ladybird, G, H

U

Ulex europaeus** Common Gorse, G
Uniramia* Centipedes and Millipedes Gallery, gG
Urocerus gigas** Horntail Wasp, Greater / Great Wood Wasp, H

V

Vanessa atalanta** Red Admiral, gG
Verbascum nigrum** Dark Mullein, H
Verbascum thapsus** Great Mullein, West Sussex
Veronica anagallis-aquatica** Blue Water-speedwell, H
Veronica beccabunga** Brooklime, H
Veronica catenata** Pink Water-speedwell, H
Veronica serpyllifolia* Thyme-leaved Speedwell (in composite image), gG
Vespula vulgaris** female, Common Wasp, gG
Vespa crabro** Hornet H
Vicia cracca** Tufted Vetch, H
Vicia hirsuta** Hairy Tare, G, H & Cornwall
Vicia tetrasperma** Smooth Tare, H
Vicia sativa subsp. nigra ** Common Vetch, G
Viola arvensis** Field Pansy, H
Viola canina** Heath Dog-violet:   Species Gallery** G;   Browndown SSSI article*, G
Viper's-bugloss see Echium vulgare
Vipera berus** Adder / Viper,   Female**;   Male**, G
Volucella bombylans** a hoverfly, male, H
Volucella inanis** a hoverfly, female, gG
Volucella pellucens** a hoverfly, female, gG
Volucella zonaria** a hoverfly, female, gG
Volucella zonaria** a hoverfly, male, gG
Vulpes vulpes** Red Fox, gG

W

Wall see Lasiommata megera
Wallflower see Erysimum cheiri
Wasp, Common see Vespula vulgaris
Wasp Spider see Argiope bruennichi (my logo)
Water Mint see Mentha aquatica
Water-Plantain, Lesser see Baldellia ranunculoides
Wavy Bitter-cress see Cardamine flexuosa
Waxcaps see Hygrocybe
What's New** What's new on Deb's Web (photos and web pages)
White Bryony see Bryonia dioica
White Clover see Trifolium repens
White Dead-nettle see Lamium album
Wild Carrot see Daucus carota subsp. carota
Wild Daffodils see Narcissus pseudonarcissus ssp. pseudonarcissus
Wild Flower and Plant Galleries**;   see also specific names
Dicots* Wild flowers - herbs and trees
Lower plants* Mosses and liverworts
Monocots* Wild flowers - grasses, sedges, rushes, orchids, onions, etc.
Pteridophytes* Ferns and allies
Wild Flowers of Gosport* , G, H
Wild Flowers of the Coast* , G, H
Wild Onion see Allium vineale
Wildgrounds* About The Wildgrounds, Rowner, G
Wildlife** see relevant groups, e.g. amphibians & reptiles, hoverflies, spiders, see also specific names;   Miscellaneous fauna**;   My Garden 01-Jan-2008* composite image of various things found in my garden on New Years Day, gG
Wildlife sites in Gosport Where to see wildlife and wild flowers in Gosport, Hampshire, UK, G
Wild-oat see Avena fatua
Wild Thyme see Thymus polytrichus
Willow Warbler** Phyloscopus trochilus 1st winter, gG
willowherbs see Epilobium species
Windflower (Wood Anemone) see Anemone nemorosa
Winter-flowering Jasmine see Jasminum nudiflorum
Wood Anemone** see Anemone nemorosa
Wood Avens see Geum urbanum
Wood Club-rush** see Scirpus sylvaticus
Wood-rushes see Luzula species
Wood-sorrel see Oxalis acetosella
Woodland, deciduous* (broadleaved woodland), H
Wood Lark** Lullula arborea Courtesy of Imagechaser...
Wood Mushroom** see Agaricus silvicola
Wood Spurge see Euphorbia amygdaloides subsp. amygdaloides
Woundwort Shieldbug see Eysarcoris venustissimus

X

Xanthogramma pedissequum** a hoverfly, female, gG
Xylaria polymorpha** Dead Man's Fingers (fungi), H
Xylota segnis** a hoverfly, male gG, & H

Y

Yarrow** see Achillea millefolium
Yellow Bartsia** see Parentucellia viscosa
Yellow Bird's-nest** see Hypopitys monotropa Crantz. (Syn. Monotropa hypopitys L.)
Yellow Legged Mining Bee** see Andrena flavipes
Yellow Pimpernel** see Lysimachia nemorum
Yellow Stainer** see Agaricus xanthodermus

Z

Zootoca vivipara** Common Lizard, synonym Lacerta vivipara , G
Zygiella x-notata** an araneid spider, gG

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