Jul 182020
 

I ran a moth trap in my garden in South Derbyshire overnight 17th July. 

Results in no particular order  –  Vapourer Moth (male) 1; Dark Arches 5; Large Yellow Underwing 5; Ruby Tiger 1; Riband Wave 3; Marbled Beauty 1; Small Dotted Buff (female) 1; Common Footman 2; Scarce Footman 1; Yellowtail 1: Short-cloaked Moth 1; Willow Beauty 1; Common Rustic 2; Chrysoteuchia culmella 6; Small Magpie 1; Mother of Pearl 1; Crambus pascuella 10; Cnephasia sp 2; Gold Triangle 1; Acrobasis consociella 1; Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix 1; Celypha striana 1; Limnaecia phragmitella 1; Apple Ermine 1; Scoparia ambigualis 1; Spilonota ocellana (Bud Moth) 1: 26 species; 53 moths. Leiopus nebulosus (Black-clouded Longhorn Beetle) 1:

Apple Ermine
Common Footman
Common Footman
Scarce Footman
Scarce Footman
Common Rustic
Crambus pascuella
Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix
Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix
Leiopus nebulosus – Black-clouded Longhorn Beetle
Limnaecia phragmitella
Mother of Pearl
Mother of Pearl
Spilonota ocellana (Bud Moth)
Riband Wave
Ruby Tiger
Small Dotted Buff – female
Vapourer Moth – male
Vapourer Moth – male
Yellowtail
Yellowtail
Yellowtail
 Posted by at 9:18 pm

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