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Mon 27th April 2015 08:39 by Andy Wragg
Bat and Moth Nights Eastbrookend Country Park
I will be hosting Bat and Moth evenings at Eastbrookend Country Park, Dagenham on Friday 3rd of July and Saturday 4th of July. I wonder if you could add this to your diary of events and if any of your members would be free to assist and advise. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need further details or if you wish to discuss the matter.

Thank you in advance.

Andy Wragg | Community Ranger, Parks and Environmental Design | London Borough of Barking and Dagenham | The Millennium Centre | The Chase | Dagenham Road | Rush Green | Romford | RM7 0SS Phone: 0797 200 3610 Email: | Web:

Fri 24th April 2015 22:05 by Stephen Rolls
I have sent on the details to Peter.
Fri 24th April 2015 20:34 by Peter Harvey
Great find. Have you got a grid reference etc. You should let our Coleoptera County Recorder Peter Hammond know County Recorders
Fri 24th April 2015 18:37 by Stephen Rolls
Platyrhinus resinosus.
I found this stunning looking Weevil today in Braintree on a rotting felled tree trunk, when this tree was felled I left the trunk where it fell to decay and hopefully host some interesting bugs for me to find, it's paid off nicely. Steve.

Platyrhinus resinosus. Copyright: Stephen Rolls



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