Saturday, 4 October 2014

Garden moth trap 2nd Oct

Just 26 moths of 15 species so here's the full list: e. angustea; Light Brown Apple Moth; Rush Veneer; Common Marbled Carpet; Setaceous Hebrew Character; Flame Shoulder; Pale Mottled Willow; Lunar Underwing; Beaded Chestnut; Black Rustic; Feathered Ranunculus; Green-brindled Crescent; Merveille du Jour; Angle Shades; and Blair's Shoulder-knot.
Feathered Ranunculus

4 comments:

  1. We are still waiting for Blair's SK and Lunar U/wings up here...can you give them a map and a push up the road please.
    Ina & Tony

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  2. Lunar U's are starting to wind down, you'd better put the trap in some grass (and remember to switch it on too)

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  3. Sarah, can you post pic of Blairs plse?

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  4. Hi Liz. There's already a great photo of a Blair's Shoulder-knot on this blog from October last year, so no need for me to post one.

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