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pierre mille



Joined: 14 Feb 2010
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Location: Conflans Ste Honorine in France (Val d'Oise)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 11:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Sandy,

I am surprised Embarassed that you assume that I use the online translator. I acknowledge that my English is bad form but I alone with my dictionary. I progress but far from perfect. Otherwise I use the online translator only when my brain is broken.

The time in Ile de France was erratic, sudden bursts of wind, rain and even hail the horror! I know a corner (49.057726,2.00376) where Orchis militaris are not gold flower at the same time the ground was strewn. In contrast, the violets and coltsfoot abound too, Salix caprea complete their blooms but apart from Bombus person in sight. Otherwise the hawthorns are just beginning to emerge. When I say someone is wrong I found myself face to face with a sow and her piglets we were as surprised as the other one:)

Forgive me my English !

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Sandy



Joined: 22 Jul 2008
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Location: East Lothian

PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I apologise Pierre Embarassed , I had no wish to cause offence! You manage to convey your meaning and that's all that matters. Anyway your English is way better than my French is or will ever be!! Smile

The last couple of days have been brilliant. Yesterday I managed to find two sites whith Ramsons growing with the intention of going back later and searching for Portevinias.
I checked out some flowering Sallows but except for a few Melangynas? not a lot of action.
Today on the other hand the sun is out and so are the hoverflies. I visited a site in NT36 and one in NT46. I photographed several individuals of Eristalis, Melangyna, Cheilosia, Syrphus and some other big fuzzy critters I couldn't put a generic name to.
Also I found several individuals of a ladybird species I haven't seen for a few years, and got many useful records for the South East Scotland Bird Atlas.
All in all a very good day! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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pierre mille



Joined: 14 Feb 2010
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Location: Conflans Ste Honorine in France (Val d'Oise)

PostPosted: Tue Apr 13, 2010 8:13 am    Post subject: hoverflies Reply with quote

Hi Sandy,


I am not hurt do not worry Laughing , my comments hoverflies are poor I do not see much Crying or Very sad

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