A weblog that follows the natural biodiversity of a windowbox in Sedlescombe, East Sussex, UK from bare soil to wilderness. The project was started with sterile soil in the box in November 2005.
Mosquitoes are laying their eggs on the pond and I have already seen some of the jerky little larvae in the water. The eggs drift on the meniscus, neatly organised legions crowded into rafts like floating islands of brown velvet.
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