This blog has already reported about amphibians there on that day. Now, about fungi, birds and the small wasps, only three millimetre for males, four for females, Diplolepis rosae, which cause these galls.
Soon after our arrival at Meijendel, great spotted woodpecker sound.
Along the cycle track, Lactarius controversus fungi.
Next, Inocybe serotina mushrooms.
Then, brown roll-rim.
And stinking dapperling.
Two common pochard ducks swimming in a lake.
In another lake, tufted ducks, mallards and coots.
Lepiota alba fungi.
Nine gray lag geese flying overhead.
We arrived at the Kikkervalleien area of Meijendel, usually closed to the public.
Then, we saw the dog rose plant of the first photo of this blog post.
That plant had more galls than…
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