The A23 in West Sussex crosses over many streams some of which pass through substantial culverts that provide homes, both permanently and temporarily, for many invertebrates. Spiders predominate, feeding on other occupants of the culvert.
During the winter, moths and butterflies aestivate. Even Mayflies can be found on the walls and roof.
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