Help to record the wildlife of Leicestershire and Rutland
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- Bright Orange fungus on a tree in Oakthorpe woodland
- ID THIS INSECT
- Unknown beetle
- Assassin bug or something else?
- charnwood fungus and mosses
Spurge-laurel, Daphne laureola. An evergreen shrub with greenish-yellow, tubular, four lobed flowers borne in clusters of 3-10 in the axils of the upper leaves. Infrequent, possibly scarce in Leicestershire and Rutland and possibly declining.