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THORNE MOORS REPTILES RECORDS 1987


Grass  Snake Natrix natrix
07 September  1 immature present Southern Canals (ML)

 

 

THORNE MOORS REPTILES RECORDS 1992


Steve Hiner
Common   Lizard Lacerta vivipara
Quite often seen disappearing into undergrowth.  This year has been very good for this species, maybe due to past few years of poor adder distribution.
05th April                    1   South boundary (SH)
23rd April                   1   New Cut Tram (SH + BW)
03rd May                    2   N boundary,
5   E boundary,
1   S boundary,
1   south of N boundary,
1   thicket track through reserve,
1   new cut side,
1   rhododendron path (SH)
11th May                     1   West boundary (BP)
31st May                     1   East boundary (SH)
07th June                     1   North boundary, 
1   rhododendron path (SH)
21st June                     1   Pony Bridge Team,
1   southern edge of Moor (Comp 62) (SH)
19th July                     1   Angle Drain (SH)
NB:  12th July  - A kestrel was observed by SH and BW flying low over Pony Bridge Marsh carrying a lizard in its beak.

 


Grass   Snake Natrix natrix
A common species on waste ground around Thorne and Moorends and usually seen around the edges of the moors.  The only sighting this year was quite close to an area which used to be a good site for up to 6 snakes on any one day until the clearance of Bells Wood in 1984.
10th May                     1   On bank side of Fisons’ Boundary Drain near western end of
rhododendron path (SH)

 


Adder Vipera berus
Nowhere near as common as it used to be.  There may be areas for example Crowle Moors which have a better population in the more dense regions where there is less disturbance.  The best month to observe adders has always been April when the females and males bask together on the first warm days of the year, prior to breeding.
15th March                  1 _ Usual basking area, halfway down rhododendron path, snow on
ground, early morning (SH + BW)
04th April                    1 _ also seen, probably same (SH + BW)
05th April                    1 _ (SH + BW)
12th April                    1 _ (SH + BW)
3 _ Basking along raised bank in small birch wood near Woodpecker
Corner.  One was very big and dark, all within 2 metres of each other
(SH)
                                    1 _ Halfway down new cut track, very dark almost black (SH)
13th April                    1 _ Southern Boundary Drain (PCR)
23rd April                   1 _ (SH + BW)
23rd April                   1 _ Rhododendron path, not same as previous dates (SH + BW)
23rd April                   1 _ Greenish Tint, large for a male near junction of N boundary +
New Cut (SH + BW)
3rd May                      1 _ Darker than previous, East boundary (SH)
1 _ South of N boundary (SH)
4th May                       1 _ Near northern end of Canal 6 (PCR)
6th May                       1 _ Tram bordering Canal 6 (PCR)
11th May                     1    Sex not known W boundary, also three young E boundary (BP)
28th May                     1 _ Curled very tight on heap of peat blocks near Pony Bridge 
Wood (PCR)
16th June                     1 _ On track near Shearburn Drain in Will Pitts Wood (PCR + JR)
15th July                     1     Sex not known just disappearing into undergrowth west of
rhododendron path (BW)
30th July                     1 _ On peat baulk northern end of Canal 5, (PCR)
31st July                      1 _ On northern path, 1 _ near south end of Canal 5 (PCR)
23rd August    1 _ Brick Red First Year female along new cut side (SH)

 


Observers:
Steve Hiner (SH) Bill Priestley (BP) Janet Roworth (JR) Peter Roworth (PCR) Bryan Wainwright (BW)

 


THORNE MOORS REPTILES RECORDS 1993

Steve Hiner


Common   Lizard Lacerta vivipara
A good year for this species with sightings distributed throughout the vegetated areas of the moors. Lizards do not remain in preferred areas but seem to be widely distributed, including the wet areas, so there appears to be no threat to their numbers by the raising of the water levels.
First record for the year 26 March, 1 at Woodpecker Corner. On 29 August a total of 37 were seen - 19 on Pony Bridge marsh, 2 on Pony Bridge tram, 2 on Elmhirst tram, 2 near the entrance bridge, 2 on the Rhod. path, 8 near the New Cut and 2 along the Southern boundary drain. (SH)

 


Grass  Snake Natrix natrix
Only 3 sightings have been made this year, and these were along the western fringe of the moor, showing that the grass snake is very rare on the peat. There are additional unconfirmed reports of up to 4 grass snakes seen by peat workers along the Swinefleet Warping drain.
26 April,                      1 near Inkle moor pond.(BP)
23 May,                       1 swam across the boundary drain where it meets Creykes entrance (SH&BW) 
29 August,                  1 at the Paraffin works cuttings (ML)

 

 

 

 

 


Adder Vipera berus
General observations would appear to indicate an increase in the number of adders from previous years. It is estimated that between 41 and 43 individuals were seen during 1993. One possible reason for this increase could be related to the Common Lizard, which is thought to be the main prey item of the adder, and the sightings of lizards have also increased in the last few years.

 


Adders were most commonly seen on heather covered peat baulks. Basking sites were always near to small clumps of birch or other tall vegetation where the snakes could retreat under cover if they were threatened. It was observed that males were quicker to take cover if they were disturbed and rarely returned to the same site, whereas females were reluctant to move into cover, but if they did move away they would often return within a few minutes.

 


The raising of water levels on the moors does not appear to have affected the number of adders, probably because there are still many dry peat baulks above water level. It is felt that the eradication of bracken on some of these dry areas could benefit the adders by providing a more open habitat.
12,14,16 and 17 March,          2_ Rhododendron path.
14 March,                    2_ basking together in small birch wood near Woodpecker Corner.
19 March,                    1_ New Cut.
04 April,                      6_ scattered in birch wood near WPC, 1_ Northern path of old reserve between canals 4 and 5.
10 April,                      1 eastern boundary of old reserve.
16 April,                      1_ western boundary of old reserve.
24 April,                      1_ on new basking area, a small bank west end of Rhod. path, 1_ east end of Collis's tram.
03 May,                       1_ on bank as on 24 April, but a smaller individual, 1_ Limberlost tram, 1_ on side of pit lane leading to footbridge.
04 May,                       1_ on track south of Pony Bridge marsh.
07 May,                       1_ northern end of New Cut.
16 May,                       1_  and 1_ west end Rhod. path. The snakes were coiled together and the _ was seen to be flicking its tongue over the _ with jerky head movements, but the _ disappeared when disturbed and did not return within 10 minutes. The _ remained.
23 May,                       1_ where the boundary drain meets Creykes entrance.
06 June,                       2_ west end of Rhod. path.
04 July,                        1_ near entrance bridge.
13 July,                        1_ on sphagnum in canal 4.
18 July,                        2_ west end of Rhod. path, 1_ Limberlost tram edge of Cassons Gardens, 1_ east of New Cut, 2_ basking together on peat baulk west of Pony Bridge wood and north-east of pine tree. One of these individuals was the largest adder seen on the moors in 15 years of observations.
29 August,                  1juv_ at Shoulder of Mutton, 1_ western boundary of old reserve, 1_ along path bordering southern boundary drain, 1_ just sloughed, between Duck Holes and Green belt, 1_ brick red, south-west corner Pony Bridge marsh.
05 September,     2_ west end Rhod. path, 2_ side of New Cut, 1_  and 1_ side of Mill drain, 1_ between entrance bridge and Rhod. path.
12 September,     2_ west end of Rhod. path,1_ near Nightjar corner, 1_ north-west corner of Pony Bridge marsh (possibly same individual as previous record).
19 September,             2_ west end Rhod. path.
26 September,             1_ brick red, near Elmhirst gate, 1_ on sphagnum.

 


Observers:
Steve Hiner, Martin Limbert, Bill Priestley, Janet Roworth, Peter Roworth and Bryan Wainwright.

 

 

THORNE MOORS REPTILES RECORDS 1994
Steve Hiner


Common   Lizard Lacerta vivipara
Not as good a year for this species as the two previous `bumper' years, but quite a decent population appears to be widespread across the entire moor.  A good time I have found, to watch the common lizard, is midday on very hot days.  At this time of day a slow walk along most dry baulks on the moor, staring intently at the dry areas of bank at the sides of the track usually provides good sightings of them basking.  They appear to tolerate hot sun and higher temperatures than adders.
29 March                     1 Inkle Moor pond side (SH)
05 April                       1 new cut, 1 Old NNR, 2 Crowle peat works (SH)
07 April                       2 grey shed tram, 1 angle drain side (SH)
24 April                       1 between entrance bridge and rhododendron path (SH)
01 May                        3 angle drain side, 1 Crowle Moors reserve (SH)
08 May                        2 Old NNR (SH)
29 May                        1 Pony Bridge Tram (SH)
12 June                        1 northern canals between receptor dyke and cottage dyke (SH)
17 July                         2 Pony Bridge Marsh (SH)
7 August                      3 between entrance bridge and rhododendron path (SH)
14 August                    1 between entrance bridge and rhododendron path, 1 comp 18, 2 comp 34 (SH)
29 August                    2 Crowle Reserve (SH)

 


Grass  Snake Natrix natrix
The only record for this species is one dead one found near the site of the old Pony Bridge by Martin Limbert.  The cause of death could not be determined, it is possible that it could have been dug out of hibernation by some unknown predator and then left.  All the usual grass snake `areas' round the edges of the moor were thoroughly worked, but there was no sign.  I cannot think of any reason for this poor year as there seems to be adequate numbers of its prey species.  Also, the more water on the moors would seem to be providing a better grass snake environment.

 


Adder Vipera berus
The adder population does not appear to have dwindled despite how it seems to general walkers and naturalists on the moor.  The adders appear to have moved to the more inaccesible areas of the Moors and requie a bit more searching for.  One reason for this could be the greater public awareness of the moor and better access.  It will be interesting next year to see if the lower common lizard numbers have any affect on the adders, though on the 27 March I found a dead wood mouse showing no marks which could possibly have been an adder kill and there are numerous small mammals evident on or around the moor which can provide plenty of food as an alternative.  The total number of adders seen this year is between 46-48 which is up on last year.  I myself have `worked' more adder areas and turned up several more basking sites which could explain the slight increase.  During 1995 I hope to do more work on the northern edges of the moors where I should turn up even more basking sites and a better total.
06 March                     1 male on bank in small birch wood near Woodpecker Corner (SH)
08 March                     1 male on access road near Will Pits (PCR)
12 March                     1 male western end of rhododendron patch (BW)
13/20/27 March & 5/6/12 June                        1 female western edge of rhododendron path (SH)
20 March                     1 female eastern edge of Pony Bridge Wood, 1 female north west corner of Pony Bridge Wood, 1 female southern edge of Pony Bridge Wood, 1 female same chocolate brown snake as seen last year on bank at western end of rhododendron path (SH
25 March                     1 male on dry flattened grass along track from pit road to Inkle Moor Pond (SH)
27 March                     1 female parafin mill (BW), 1 female boundary drain side near parafin mill, 1 female bank in small bircvh wood near Woodpecker Corner (also 29 May), 1 female track from rhododendron path to mill drain, 1 female west end of rhododendron path (also 12 June) (SH)
01 April                       2 female west end of rhododendron path (BW) - probably same as previous by SH
03 April                       1 female Rawcliffe Moor, 2 females rhododendron path (BW)
05 April                       7 females on bank along peat workings on Crowle Moor, 1 female western boundary of Old NNR, 1 female west end of rhododendron path and 1 female still basking in steady drizzle on east end of rhododendron path (SH)
07 April                       1 female Limberlost tram (BW), 1 female boundary drain side at back of Bell's Wood, 3 females basking together in small birch wood near Woodpecker Corner (SH)
08 April                       1 female where boundary drain meets Creykes entrance (SH)
09 April                       1 female east end of rhododendron path (BW)
13 April                       2 females on path alongside new cut drain (PCR)
24 April                       1 male on track from rhododendron path to mill drain, 1 female east end of rhododendron path (SH)  
30 April                       1 female southern boundary to angle drain track, 1 male grey shed tram (BW), 1 male, 1 female Old NNR (WHP)
From 30 April to 29 May the weather was cool and wet and no adders could be found in any of the usual areas.
29 May                        1 female edge of small birch wood near southern boundary drain (SH)
15 July             1 adder seen near Bell's Pond, sex unknown (WHP)
17 July                         1 female path alongside new cut, body distorted as though about to give birth, 1 female Limberlost peat stack, 1 female western edge of Pony Bridge Wood (SH)

7 August                     1 female from south east corner of Old NNR to grey shed tram, 1 female just along grey shed tram - both these snakes looked to be full of young, 1 female between entrance bridge and rhododendron path (SH)


21 August                   1 juvenile on track near Creykes entrance (ML)
29 August                   1 female behind hide on Crowle Moor reserve (ML + SH), 1 female north east corner of Crowle Moor reserve, 1 female north west corner of Green Belt (SH)
04 September      1 female juvenile halfway between Green Belt and duck holes, 1 female juvenile where duck holes path leaves boundary drain (SH).  Also on 4 Septembere a shed skin measuring 20 1/2" long was found on north west corner of Green Belt (SH)

 


Observers:  
Steve Hiner, Martin Limbert, Bill Priestley, Janet Roworth, Peter Roworth and Bryan Wainwright

 

 

THORNE MOORS REPTILES RECORDS 1995

 

Steve Hiner


Common   Lizard Lacerta vivipara
Not many sightings of this elusive reptile compared with the previous two years. Unlike the adder, the common lizard may have been affected by the fire at Pony Bridge Marsh but no information to confirm this.
12th March                  one -  Pony Bridge Tram
23rd April                   one - Rhododendron Path
30th April                    one - line of Thousand Acre Drain
07th May                     one - alongside Mill Drain
21st May                     two - Woodpecker Corner
10th September           one - Middle Moor

 


Grass  Snake Natrix natrix
As usual, only recorded around the edge of the Moors; fewer sightings as in previous years.
19th September           one at Inkle Moor (also on 28/9)
One was found tangled up in garden netting during the Summer on Moorends Allotments (SH).

 


Adder Vipera berus 
Sightings of adder were not as good as last year, only 36 were observed. The huge fire on the Moors during the Summer did not appear to affect many known adder areas, but a smaller fire earlier in the year (Elmhirst area) did destroy a considerable area of probable adder sites. There may have been casualties but non were seen.
An initial survey, which I hope to expand on in the next few years, is to investigate the times of day when adders are found basking in relation to the air temperature during March and April. I found them basking at all times of the day, from 0800hrs
- 1700hrs. The most common time appeared to be between 1300-1400hrs. Ground temperatures varied from 8oC - 21oC but mostly 13oC - 16oC. Surface temperatures varied from 9oC - 24oC, but mostly 14oC - 17oC. Of forty individuals studied, only five were in a flattened posture which gave a bigger surface area to catch the heat from the sun; but the ground temperatures, time of day and weather conditions offer no explanations as to why they are mostly identical to conditions where adders are coiled normally.
04th March                  three males, one female - "small birch wood" (also18/3, 26/3)
12th March                  two females - Rhododendron Path (also 18/3,25/3 26/3)
                                    six females - Ribbon Row (Crowle Moor)
                                    one female - Pony Bridge tram (also 26/3)
18th March                  three females, one male - "small birch wood"
26th March                  two females - Pony Bridge Tram
                                    one female - "small birch wood"
09th April                    one male, one female - New Cut Drain side
14th April                    one on northern edge of Rawcliffe Moor
                                    one sloughed skin on Goole Moor
30th April                    one male - Limberlost Tram
                                    one male - junction of N and E boundary of old NNR
                                    one male - Paraffin Mill
01st May                     one male between Southern Canals 5-6 nr Northern Path
                                    Sloughed skin on path between Southern Canals 4-5
05th May                     one male near Mill Drain Marsh
07th May                     one female - Paraffin Mill (also 27/5)
                                    one male across path near NW junction of old NNR
21st June                     one female alongside track near Durhams Warping Drain
06th August    female? near Pine tree to the west of Pony Bridge Wood
                                    one on edge of access road junction near Swinefleet Warping Drain
20th August    one female along Shearburn & Pits Drain in Will Pits
10th September           one young on track near Pony Bridge Wood
28th September           one female - near Bell's Pond 

 


Observers:
Tim Kohler, Steve Hiner, Martin Limbert, Bill Priestly, Peter Roworth, Bryan Wainwright.

 

 

THORNE MOORS REPTILES RECORDS 1996

 

Steve Hiner


Common   Lizard Lacerta vivipara
Another poor year for this species, but comparable to 1995 with a similar number of sightings.
31 March                     1 Mill Drain side         SH
21 April                       1 Ribbon Row at side of peat workings - Crowle Moor        SH
1 Crowle Moor triangle      SH
28 April                       1 track from Rhododendron Path to Canal Tow Path            BW
04 August                   1 Middle Moor            BW
1 Rhododendron path        BW
31 August                   1 Collis’s tram near Woodpecker Corner BW
16 September  1 Rhododendron path SH
1 entrance bridge    SH

 


Grass  Snake Natrix natrix
Thought to be quite a common species around the edge of the Moors and on adjacent land.  Sightings slightly up on last year.
24 March                     1 found dead in Will Pits        ML
21 April                       1 near Bells Pond, small size   BW
1 entrance bridge on the Moors side          SH
27 August                   1 bottom of colliery spoil heap by fence of colliery yard       RS

 


Adder Vipera berus
A very poor year for adder sightings with only 19, possibly 20 individuals seen.  There is no obvious reason for the low number of sightings, as the number of observers remains the same, and my own hours of adder observation are equal to 1995 when 36 individuals were recorded.
All sightings made by myself (SH) this year were again accompanied by both ground and surface temperatures with the folowing results:
minimum ground basking temperature - 11?C
maximum ground basking temperature - 25?C
average ground basking temperature - 16.9?C
minimum surface basking temperature - 10?C
maximum surface basking temperature - 28?C
average surface basking temperature -17.5?C
Adders were observed this year in all the usual areas, as in previous years, but in less numbers.
10 March                     1_ half-way along Rhododendron Path         SH
1_ and 1_ small birch wood near Woodpecker Corner, coiled together
on bank       SH
31 March                     1_ small birch wood near Woodpecker Corner, smaller than above   SH
01 April                       1_ very lethergic, western end Rhododendron Path SH
20 April                       1_ row of tall birches along Pony Bridge Tram          BW
21 April                       1_ and 1_ Crowle Moor triangle         SH
1_ Ribbon Row at side of peat works        SH
04 May                        1_ at side of Canal 6, very aggresive, made no attempt to flee          SH
1_ half-way along Rhododendron Path, just sloughed      SH
05 May                        1_ Middle Moor          BW
1 along southern edge of Pony Bridge Marsh        ML
10 May                        1_ New Cut drain side            WHP
12 May                        1 on Canal Tow Path ML
30 June                        1_ western end Rhododendron Path  SH
08 August                   1_ Bell’s Pond area     JH
09 August                   1_ Pony Bridge Marsh            PCR
17 August                   1_ Bell’s pond area     JH
16 September  1_ moving along Rhododendron Path, very active    SH

 


Observers:
Steve Hiner, J. Hitchcock, Martin Limbert, Bill Priestly, Peter Roworth, Richard Sprakes and Bryan Wainwright.

 

 

THORNE MOORS REPTILES RECORDS 1997

 

Steve Hiner


Common   Lizard Lacerta vivipara
A very good year for sightings of this species, which is usually heard rather than seen.  The high number of youngsters sighted indicates a good year for breeding.
10 March                     1 Bell’s Pond area
1 entrance bridge
1 small birch wood near WPC
11 March                     1 female WPC
28 March                     1 entrance bridge
29 March                     1 Mill Drain side
1 entrance bridge
31 March                     2 western edge of moor
2 birch scrub west of old NNR
01 April                       8 Crowle Moors, Ribbon Row
06 April                       1 Middle Moor
1 Elmhirst Wood
13 April                       1 Bell’s Pond area
20 April                       2 Bell’s Pond area
04 May                        1 entrance bridge
12 July             1 young, New Cut side

15 July             3 Crowle Moors reserve

17 August                   1 adult, 6 young, Elmhirst Tram
1 adult Pony Bridge Tram
2 young Elmhirst boundary drain
1 young WPC
22 August                   1 young rhododendron path
1 young northern boundary, old NNR
1 adult eastern boundary, old NNR
3 young WPC tram
07 September  1 green belt

 


Grass  Snake Natrix natrix
A very poor year for this species with only one sighting.  Previous years studies have shown the grass snake to be the most nomadic of the moors reptiles needing the observer to ‘come across’ the snake rather than visit the known basking areas, this is the most likely reason for the lack of sightings.
17 June                        1 track at side of Duck Holes

 


Adder Vipera berus
An excellent year for the adder sightings with probably 49 individuals.  As with the common lizard, the records of young and heavily pregnant females indicate a good breeding year.  The extreme variation in ground and surface temperature and time of day (shown in the attached table) when adders can be observed, shows how adaptable to the conditions the species is.

02 March                     1 female, west end of rhododendron path

1 female, half way down rhododendron path
1 female, junction of New Cut and south boundary of old NNR
1 female, small birch wood near WPC (also 10/3)
1 female, entrance bridge (also 10/3)
06 March                     1 female, east end of rhododendron path
09 March                     1 basking in bracken south west of Creykes (sex not noted)
1 female, Mill Drain Marsh
1 female, old NNR
1 female, rhododendron path
1 female, entrance bridge
10 March                     1 female, half way down rhododendron path (also 1/4 6/4 5/10)
3 females, western boundary of old NNR
2 males, western boundary of old NNR (1 dead, head squashed probably human damage, 41cm long)
1 female, west of old NNR
19 March                     3 Bell’s Pond area coiled together (sex not noted)
22 March                     1 female, between Elmhirst Pump and gate
1 female, southern edge of Pony Bridge Wood
28 March                     1 female rhododendron path (also 29/3/)
29 March                     1 female, half way down rhododendron path (also 1/4 6/4)
1 female, Mill Drain side
30 March                     1 male, basking on piece of bog wood, floods south of Duck Holes
01 April                       2 females, coiled together, Crowle triangle
2 females, coiled together, Ribbon Row
2 females, coiled together, Mill Drain side
1 male, Mill Drain side
1 female, rhododendron path to Mill Drain track
06 April                       1 female, north of Pony Bridge tram
1 female, 100m from entrance bridge
10 April                       1 female, rhododendron path
13 April                       1 male, half way down rhododendron path
1 male, boundary drain side at back of Bell’s Wood
04 May                        1 male, green belt
2 females, green belt
11 May                        1 male, Mill Drain side
29 June                        1 female, Mill Drain side
18 July             1 female, Cottage Dyke side
26 July             1 female, west end of rhododendron path
17 August                   1 female, Pony Bridge tram, looked about to give birth
1 female, Limberlost peat stack
1 female with 1 young, near WPC (female looked like she had just given birth)

22 August                   1 female, looked full of young, stretched out on tarmac pit road

07 September  1 female, track from Duck Holes to green belt
26 September  1 female, boundary drain at back of Bell’s Wood
05 October                  1 female, basking on a track in the colliery area

 


Observers:
S Hiner, J G Hitchcock, M Limbert, W H Priestly, P C Roworth, R J Sprakes and B P Wainwright.

 


Key to adder basking chart overleaf;

 


Sex - male (M) or female (F)
Time - time of day snake seen basking (24 hour clock)
g. temp - temperature (degrees centigrade ) 55mm into the ground where basking
s. temp - temperature (degrees centigrade) on exact surface where basking
coil - oval coil (O), round coil (R), stretched out (S), flattened (Fl), hunting (H), coiled with another snake (T).

 

 

ADDER BASKING CHART - THORNE MOORS 1997

 

 

 

 

SEX
 

TIME
 

G. TEMP
 

S. TEMP
 

COIL
 

F
 

11 : 25
 

13
 

13
 

S
 

F
 

11 : 35
 

16
 

17
 

O
 

F
 

12 : 10
 

13
 

12
 

S
 

F
 

13 : 20
 

16
 

16
 

R
 

F
 

13 : 35
 

14
 

14
 

R
 

F
 

12 : 00
 

12
 

12
 

Fl
 

F
 

12 : 15
 

13
 

14
 

Fl
 

F
 

12 : 35
 

14
 

14
 

O
 

M
 

12 : 40
 

15
 

15
 

O
 

F
 

12 : 45
 

15
 

15
 

O
 

F
 

14 : 15
 

15
 

16
 

O+Fl
 

F
 

13 : 00
 

13
 

14
 

R
 

F
 

13 : 25
 

14
 

14
 

O
 

F
 

13 : 30
 

19
 

20
 

O
 

F
 

14 : 15
 

16
 

17
 

R
 

M
 

12 : 20
 

N/A
 

16
 

R
 

F
 

08 : 15
 

20
 

18
 

S+Fl
 

F
 

09 : 50
 

15
 

16
 

O+T
 

F
 

09 : 50
 

15
 

16
 

O+T
 

F
 

11 : 00
 

18
 

20
 

R+T
 

F
 

11 : 00
 

18
 

20
 

R+T
 

F
 

14 : 00
 

21
 

21
 

R+T
 

F
 

14 : 00
 

21
 

21
 

R+T
 

M
 

14 : 30
 

19
 

18
 

O
 

F
 

14 : 50
 

17
 

17
 

S
 

SEX
 

TIME
 

G. TEMP
 

S. TEMP
 

COIL
 

F
 

15 : 05
 

22
 

20
 

R+T
 

F
 

15 : 05
 

22
 

20
 

R+T
 

F
 

11 : 45
 

18
 

17
 

R
 

F
 

11 : 50
 

16
 

16
 

S+Fl
 

F
 

13 : 55
 

15
 

16
 

O+Fl
 

F
 

14 : 15
 

16
 

17
 

O
 

M
 

12 : 05
 

24
 

24
 

H
 

M
 

14 : 00
 

19
 

19
 

O
 

M
 

11 : 25
 

13
 

12
 

R+T
 

F
 

11 : 25
 

13
 

12
 

Fl+T
 

F
 

11 : 55
 

12
 

11
 

Fl
 

M
 

13 : 30
 

1
 

0
 

R
 

F
 

12 : 30
 

15
 

15
 

R
 

F
 

19 : 05
 

27
 

30
 

O
 

F
 

13 : 45
 

21
 

21
 

O
 

F
 

12 : 55
 

21
 

20
 

O
 

F
 

13 : 10
 

21
 

21
 

R
 

F
 

13 : 35
 

20
 

20
 

O+T
 

M
 

13 : 35
 

20
 

20
 

S+T
 

F
 

12 : 35
 

N/A
 

27
 

S
 

F
 

12 : 25
 

21
 

21
 

R
 

F
 

10 : 35
 

17
 

16
 

O
 

F
 

12 : 20
 

21
 

21
 

S