Aug 032020
 

I ran a garden moth trap overnight on 2nd August 2020 – Results as follows in no particular order:-

Least Carpet 2 (new for garden); Riband Wave 8; Dusky Thorn 1; Yellow-tail 1; Willow Beauty 2; Rivulet 1; Large Yellow Underwing 2; Shuttle-shaped Dart 2; Common Rustic 1; Dingy Footman 1; Common Carpet 2; Poplar Hawkmoth 1; Buff Ermine 1 (male); Ruby Tiger 3; Cloaked Minor 1; Diamond-back Moth 1; Light Brown Apple Moth 2; Chrysoteuchia culmella 2; Crambus pascuella 2; Agriphila straminella 2; Mother of Pearl 1; Bryotropha terrella 1; Brown House Moth 1; Borhausenia fuscenscens 1: 24 species – 41 moths

Least Carpet – individual 1
Least Carpet – Individual 2
Poplar Hawkmoth
Poplar Hawkmoth
Yellow-tail
Yellow-tail
Ruby Tiger
Riband Wave – aversata
Riband Wave – remutata
Light Brown Apple Moth – female
Chrysoteuchia culmella
Cloaked Minor
Cloaked Minor
Buff Ermine – male
Buff Ermine – male
Bryotropha terrella
Hoffmannophila pseudospretellaBrown House Moth
Borkhausenia fuscescens
 Posted by at 4:08 pm

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