Archive of: Graeme Lyons

  • A bunch of suckers

    A bunch of suckers

    Graeme Lyons is been delving into the world of leeches at Waltham Brooks nature reserve.

  • 6666 the number of beasts

    6666 the number of beasts

    Sussex Wildlife Trust’s ecologist makes more exciting finds at Graffham Common nature reserve

  • Surface Tension

    Surface Tension

    Great news as the UK’s largest spider has been found at a new site in Sussex

  • How many species live on our nature reserves?

    How many species live on our nature reserves?

    The Trust’s ecologist has been going through records and sightings to create a pan-species list for all the species found on Sussex Wildlife Trust’s nature reserves. The results are impressive…

  • Zero to Hero

    Zero to Hero

    The Deneway nature reserve in Brighton, had no wildlife records, our ecologist visited the site to change that and was surpised at what he found…

  • Mythically rare and painfully beautiful

    Mythically rare and painfully beautiful

    Graeme Lyons made an amazing discovery on farmland in East Sussex, a massive, beautiful beetle, which hadn’t been seen in Sussex for over 100 years.

  • When the rot set in

    When the rot set in

    Rare deadwood beetle at Ebernoe Common shows the value of decaying wood

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