Jul 302020

I ran a garden moth trap overnight on 29th July 2020 – Results as follows in no particular order – Riband Wave 2; Willow Beauty 1; Chinese Character 1; Marbled Beauty 2; Poplar Hawk-moth 1; Large Yellow Underwing 5; Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing 1; Shuttle-shaped Dart 1; Pale Prominent 1; Uncertain 3; Common Wainscot 1; Smoky Wainscot 1; Scarce Footman 1; Dingy Footman 2 (inc f. stramineola); Magpie Moth 1; Common Rustic 5; Large Twin-spot Carpet 1; Common Carpet 1; Straw Underwing 1; Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix 1; Crambus purlella 1; Crambus pascuella 8; Chrysoteuchia culmella 8; Agriphila straminella 1; Agriphila tristella 1; Eudonia mecurella 1; Garden Rose Tortrix 1; Apple Ermine 1; Acleris laterana 1; Bryotropha affinis 2; Mompha epilobiella 1:  31 species.

Poplar Hawk-moth
Poplar Hawk-moth
Pale Prominent
Straw Underwing
Smoky Wainscot
Shuttle-shaped Dart
Mompha epilobiella
Magpie Moth
Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
Large Twin-sport Carpet
Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix
Dingy Footman
Dingy Footman f. stramineola
Chinese Character
Agriphila straminella
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