Saturday, 23 May 2009

22nd May 2009

The first really busy night of the year with 89 moths of 44 species spread across two traps - ten new species for the year were recorded. A tort (probably Cochylidia implicitana), a pug (Common?) and two gelechids remain to be identified. A fly-off pug looked very much like Freyer's but I didn't get a good enough look to be sure.

Cream-bordered Green Pea:


The Cinnabar:

Buff Ermine:

Common Carpet:

Silver-ground Carpet:

Vine's Rustic:

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