Jul 092024

I ran my 20W actinic light trap from my garden overnight on 10-11th May 2024 results as follows: Pale Tussock(1); Garden Carpet(1); Brimstone Moth(1); Green Carpet(2); Cinnabar(1); Oak-tree Pug(1); Common Pug(1): Aphomia sociella (Bee Moth)(5) – 13/8species.

Pale Tussock
Cinnabar Moth
Jul 092024
Moth Trap - 6th-7th May 2024

I ran my 20W actinic light trap from the garden on 6-7th May 2024. Results as follows: Muslin Moth(1); Ruby Tiger(1); Waved Umber(1); Aphomia sociella (Bee Moth)(1); Epiphyas postvittana (Light-brown Apple Moth)(3); Shuttle-shaped Dart(2); Tachystola acroxantha(Australian Orange-tip). 2 x Cockchaffer & 1 x Sexton Beetle.

Jul 072024
Moth Trap - 4th - 5th May 2024

I ran my 20W garden actinic light trap overnight on 4th May 2024, results are as follows – Poplar Hawk-moth(1); Least Black Arches (1); Yellow-barred Brindle(1); Epiphyas postvittana (Light-brown Apple Moth(2); Early Grey(1); Waved Umber(1); Brindled Beauty(1); Oak-tree Pug(1): 9/8

Jul 072024
India Trip - 15th April - 29th April 2024

I went back to India on 15th April 2024, flying out of London Heathrow to Delhi. A return trip for Tigers, as on my last trip some 20 years ago, I lost all my images due to X-Ray scanning. My good friend John Van-der-dol organised the trip through Asian Adventures, and during our 13 day stay, we visited Delhi, Little Rann of Kutch, Gir National Reserve, and Velavadar National Park, all in Gujarat State, then travelling to the Tiger Reserve at Bandhavgarh, in Madhya Pradesh for the last four days. My full album on the India trip can be viewed […]

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