Remember Crespidula fornicata the sex-changing Slipper Limpet? Well here it is in action. And a shot of a creature that luckily I didn’t meet when I was in the woods on Monday. Wood ant?
Well anyway, wee Crespi doesn’t count because I snapped him a few days ago. Today’s run was a shorty, because I was late getting out, and shorter because I didn’t have enough time to wait for my gps to pick up a signal. So I am guessing at 2 miles. BUT the 2 miles had 98 steps in, just to make me feel a bit better.
On to today’s nature table item: seeds of Lunaria annua or honesty, found by the shingle. Lunaria apparently refers to the moon-shaped seed ‘pods’, and honesty to their transparent/lucent nature (Wikipedia, so check before using in court).