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I ran a garden moth trap over night on 20th August 2020. Overnight wind and rain ruined what would otherwise have been a pretty good session.

The results are as follows in no particular order:- 

Willow Beauty 5; Brimstone Moth 8; Lime-speck Pug 2; Setaceous Hebrew Character 5; Large Yellow Underwing 27; Garden Carpet 2; Common Wainscot 7; Silver Y 12; Shuttle-shaped Dart 3; Green Carpet 1; Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing 4; Lesser Yellow Underwing 4; Double-striped Pug 3; Flame Shoulder 5; Marbled Beauty 6; Dark Arches 1; Spectacle 1; Gold Spot 2; Dusky Thorn 2; Canary-shouldered Thorn 1; Square-sport Rustic 3; Dingy Footman 1; Mouse Moth 2; Brown Silver-line 1; Lesser Swallow Prominent 1; Centre-barred Sallow 1; Flounced Rustic 1; Agriphila geniculea 12; Epiphyas postvittana (Light-brown Apple Moth) 8; Agriphila tristella 5; Agriphila straminella 3; Yponomeuta rorrella (Willow Ermine) 2; Crambus purlella 2; Pyrausta purpuralis 1: 34 species / 144 moths

Centre-barred Sallow
Agriphila geniculea
Dusky Thorn
Flounced Rustic
Green Carpet
Lesser Swallow Prominent
Square-spot Rustic
 Posted by at 2:25 pm

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