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Banded Centipede Identification

Here’s a simple species to identify from our centipede training 2017. The Banded Centipede (Lithobius veriegatus) can be identified apart from other centipedes as it has purple bands on its legs and centrally along its back. We are hoping to

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Bizarre animal survey

Over this past weekend we have been on a discovery quest. The treasure we are hunting is a bizarre group of animals that many people will have seen in their gardens – millipedes, centipedes and woodlice! It’s not surprising that Jersey’s

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Deadly Predators & Toxic Decomposers – Evening Talk

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Violets in Jersey

  Researched and written by Dominic Hodnett for the Jersey Biodiversity Centre, April 2017. Perhaps one of the easiest and most common wildflowers to spot in Jersey during springtime is the violet, with its charismatic, bluish-purple flowers and heart-shaped leaves.

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