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Killer Shrimp Update: S&TA and Angling Trust Issue Warning

Following my previous blog-post regarding Dikerogammarus villosus (now known as the ‘Killer Shrimp’), the Salmon & Trout Association and the Angling Trust have now issued guidelines to anglers to help contain spread of invasion: In September, sharp-eyed anglers fishing on Grafham Water, Rutland, found a new species of shrimp. This was identified by the EA […]

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Dikerogammarus villosus: The ‘Killer Shrimp’

Dikerogammarus villosus (‘Killer Shrimp’). Click to enlarge. Following the news and confirmed sighting of the aptly named ‘Killer Shrimp’ (Dikerogammarus villosus) by the Environment Agency in two sites in Wales (described by the EA as ‘particularly vicious and destructive’), both the EA and DEFRA are urging ALL to be vigilant when out fishing, walking along […]

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New Entomology Gallery Images

Saturday saw the home stream simply bursting with life; adult caddis, up-wings, chironomids, all were present to make it an extremely eventful day. Three more images have been added to the Entomology Gallery, those shown below are in a lower resolution so please feel free to visit the gallery proper by clicking here in order […]

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New Entomology Image Gallery

Mayfly Dun (f), Ephemera danica (09/08/2009) – Upper Taff For those interested in all things trout-food, there is now a new image gallery available simply labelled, Entomology. Please be aware that I’m still building this gallery up in terms of size and it’s number of photos, etc, but within you will find the four main […]

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