Thursday, 9 March 2017

Diurnea fagella...

Only seven species last night. Pale Brindled Beauty, Yellow Horned, Common Quaker, Chestnut, Dotted Border, Diurnea fagella and Acleris notana.
Ina and Tony

Chestnut

Common Quaker

Diurnea fagella - a pale one

Diurnea fagella - better marked

Yellow Horned

1 comment:

  1. 16 Dotted Borders, 2 Yellow horn, 2 Engrailed, 1 Oak beauty,3 March moths and a couple of chestnuts in my CYB box last night . Bit fed up there wasn't a Spring Usher amongst them. Flies but no micros.

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