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    Posted: 17 Jun 2013 at 9:42am
Hi guys, 

I have been working near a heath in north Hampshire these past few months, and it appears to have a fairly healthy population of Natrix

A survey has clearly been conducted there in the past as there are various ancient numbered felts and tins in less accessible locations. 

In the past few weeks I have come to expect a grassie or two when flipping particular tins. I don't usually pick them up, but made an exception for this little guy. 



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Quite possible that it is still being surveyed, SARG survey some of the Aldershot training areas, Broxhead and Yateley commons which are all in North Hampshire.
 
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