Martin Harvey's picture

What can you see in March?

See the main iSpot news item for the top 20 most frequently observed species across all groups on iSpot for the month of March, and here is some more detail for the most frequently observed invertebrates:

Remember, if you do see a species that you've never noticed before (even if it is frequent on iSpot), do add the "New to me" tag when you upload your observation, so that it can become part of our Discover New Life feature - and have a look at the latest "New to me" observations.

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ophrys's picture

March inverts

Eight of those seen today at a local site, with heathy fields alongside woodland. Small Tortoiseshell, Honey Bee, Eristalis tenax, Pisaura mirabilis, Seven-spot Ladybird, Yellow Dung Fly, Comma and Green Shield bug.

The Sallow is almost out, so it will be all hands on deck very soon!

Ian
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