Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Garden moth trap 27th October


Epiphyas postvittana x3; Eudonia angustea.
Red-green Carpet x2; Common Marbled Carpet x4; Feathered Thorn; Setaceous Hebrew Character x7; Square-spot Rustic; Green-brindled Crescent; Merveille du Jour; Feathered Ranunculus; Yellow-line Quaker x5; Brown-spot Pinion; Beaded Chestnut.

Feathered Thorn

3 comments:

  1. Your garden is doing much better than ours (6 moths in total the night before last).

    Tony

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  2. Even so Tony and Ina are doing twice as well as I am - 2 Chestnuts and a November Moth agg.

    David

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  3. I think Autumn comes a little later here - no Chestnuts or November Moth agg. yet. Having said that, there's only about 6 species left that I would expect in the garden this year.

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