Monday, 12 December 2011

Episode Three: "I love the dark, but I hate nature"

Hey you guys! Graeme, Mat and Michael talk fungi, fern thieves, sharks, seals and short-eared owls and go underground in search of bats, moths and spiders with special guest Tony Hutson.


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Glue Fungus Hymenochaete corrugata

Fairy Beads Microlejeunea ulicina

Prince of Wales Feather-moss Leptodon smithii

The fungi that should be called the Christmas Cake Mushroom Agaricus macrocarpus

Hungry eyes

The trogloxenic Tony Hutson

Graeme investigates

The hibernating hoverfly Eristalis tenax

Yoda's house

Metellinae merianae


A Red-headed Chestnut

Mat waves at a Short-eared Owl

Mat's photo of a Common Seal (taken with his mobile phone through his binoculars)

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Coming to a podcast far, far away next month.......

1 comment:

  1. Really enjoying your podcast in unnaturally warm New Hampshire, where we had our only significant snow at the end of Halloween. I wish you were here, too.

    I wish we had dormice.

    But we may once again have lynxes, which are differently, but nearly as, cute.