Saturday, 22 September 2018

Talybont Garden

Not a lot of moths last night but at least they were not in the need of water-wings!
Two were new for the garden, Flounced Chestnut and Cedestis subfasciella.
We struggled for a while with a very worn Turnip Moth probably an immigrant along with a worn Silver Y.
Others; Large Y/u of course, Double-striped Pug, Black Rustic, Green-brindled Crescent and Square-spot Rustic. Micros apart from subfasciella were the ubiquitous Epiphyas postvittana and Eudonia angustea.
Tony and Ina

Cedestis subfasciella

Flounced Chestnut

Green-brindled Crescent

 Turnip Moth

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