Posted by: jslate | December 2, 2008

First entry to Flora and Fauna section

This area is a good place to post any messages about the flora and fauna of the Crookesmoor parks.

To set the ball rolling, I’m going to start with a siting of a group of hibernating cream spot ladybirds.
These tiny labdybirds sometimes form large aggregations in winter. We found a cluster of about 30 on the left (as you walk down) post at the top of the steps that lead to the childrens’ playground in Crookes Valley Park. They might still be there.


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