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.
At the back of WBX nestling in the fork of a herb robert plant (Geranium robertianum) about to come into flower was the characteristic froth of a cuckoo spit insect. Not a new record, but always good to welcome old friends.
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