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Striped hawk-moth

The striped hawk-moth is an uncommon immigrant to the southern UK. It can be seen April-October but is more common in the summer months. Frank Lees collected this specimen near...

Striped hawk-moth

The striped hawk-moth is an uncommon immigrant to the southern UK. It can be seen April-October but is more common in the summer months. It was found on a verbena...

Seal on chain

Gilt metal seal on chain, the seal itself is probably carved from a stone called carnelian which was popular during the 18th century. Seals were often carved with the coat...

Grooved ware pottery

This type of Neolthic pottery takes its name from the characteristic grooved decoration. Similar pots were made across south-west England and were used for cooking and storing food. This fragment...

Leaf-shaped arrowhead

This leaf-shaped arrowhead dates to the Neolithic period and comes from Haldon in Devon. These arrowheads were used for hunting and warfare and replaced the microliths that were used in...

Tunic

The coral islands of Kiribati (‘kee-ree-bass’) have limited natural resources but pandanus plants and coconut trees are plentiful and versatile. The coarse fibres from coconut husks provided the raw...

Striped hawk-moth

The striped hawk-moth is an uncommon immigrant to the southern UK. It can be seen April-October but is more common in the summer months. Frank Lees bred this specimen from...

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