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    cycling
  • The sport or activity of riding a bicycle. Bicycle racing has three main forms: road racing (typically over long distances), track racing (on an oval track), and cyclocross (over rough, open country)

  • the sport of traveling on a bicycle or motorcycle

  • Cycling, also called bicycling or biking, is the use of bicycles for transport, recreation, or for sport. Persons engaged in cycling are cyclists. or bicyclists.

  • (cyclist) a person who rides a bicycle





    weight
  • A body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by it, giving rise to a downward force; the heaviness of a person or thing

  • the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity

  • The force exerted on the mass of a body by a gravitational field

  • The quality of being heavy

  • burden: weight down with a load

  • slant: present with a bias; "He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"





    loose
  • not compact or dense in structure or arrangement; "loose gravel"

  • without restraint; "cows in India are running loose"

  • Set free; release

  • Untie; unfasten

  • free: grant freedom to; free from confinement

  • Relax (one's grip)











Lampreys! Lampetra planeri nesting (video1).




Lampreys! Lampetra planeri nesting (video1).





Best viewed very small - not the best quality now the video format's converted. Lampreys mating and nest building! 11th March 2011 - a brook beside the River Itchen at St Cross, just south of Winchester, Hampshire.

In the first few seconds look for the couple at the top mating. Then watch the one that leaves the group to bring back a stone to the nest. A second stone is brought before the clip ends. And look in rivers and streams for your own lampreys about now - it's an amazing sight if you catch them!

A profound joy to see these wonderful creatures. Five European Brook Lampreys - Lampetra planeri. They have a fascinating life cycle. The blind hatchlings float down stream and embed themselves in burrows in silt where they spend about three to seven years maturing, filtering detritus for food. When ready, they metamorphose into sighted adults and emerge from their burrows. This happens in the autumn. From then till early spring they live a secretive life, swimming upstream by night and hiding under stones by day. Once they've reached a suitable gravel spawning ground, in small groups they build a nest - a shallow depression in the stream bed. They build the nest by moving stones, lifting them with their round sucker-like mouths. They are able to move stones twice their body weight. Spawning happens in daylight in March or April, once the water temperature reaches about 10C. The females attach themselves to stones with their suckers and the males squirm vigorously, releasing sperm. The eggs are attached to stones in the nest, hatching within the month. Each female lays about 1,500 eggs. After spawning the lampreys die. Adult Brook Lampreys are unable to feed so they gradually loose weight during their journey upstream.

I sat entranced and watched eggs being fertilised and lampreys carefully moving small stones into the nesting pool and rearranging them. Two days later there wasn't a sign of the creatures, though the nest they'd made was still visible if you knew what to look for. A little stripy predatory fish was at the spot.











Brook Lampreys nesting - Lampetra planeri 3




Brook Lampreys nesting - Lampetra planeri 3





A profound joy to see these wonderful creatures. Five European Brook Lampreys - Lampetra planeri. They have a fascinating life cycle. The blind hatchlings float down stream and embed themselves in burrows in silt where they spend about three to seven years maturing, filtering organic material for food. When ready, they metamorphose into sighted adults and emerge from their burrows. This happens in the autumn. From then till early spring they live a secretive life, swimming upstream by night and hiding under stones by day. Once they've reached a suitable gravel spawning ground, in small groups they build a nest - a shallow depression in the stream bed. They build the nest by moving stones, lifting them with their round sucker-like mouths. They are able to move stones twice their body weight. Spawning happens in daylight in March or April, once the water temperature reaches about 10C. The females attach themselves to stones with their suckers and the males squirm vigorously, releasing sperm. Females release their eggs in a cloud which attach to stones in the nest, hatching within the month. Each female lays about 1,500 eggs. After spawning the lampreys die. Adult Brook Lampreys are unable to feed so they gradually loose weight during their journey upstream.

I sat entranced and watched eggs being fertilised and lampreys carefully moving small stones into the nesting pool and rearranging them. Two days later there wasn't a sign of the creatures, though the nest they'd made was still visible if you knew what to look for. The little stripy predatory fish I’d seen at the start was back at the spot.










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