Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Wallog

Nineteen macro and only three micro species on the coast last night.
26 Black Rustic was the most numerous, closely followed by 17 Feathered Ranunculus which is one of the advantages of trapping by the coast.
Dark Sword-grass and Rush Veneer were the two obvious migrants and the first record of a second generation Brussel's Lace for the county.
Ina and Tony
Acleris sparsana

Blair's Shoulder-knot

Brussel's Lace

Dark Chestnut

Dark Sword-grass

Feathered Ranunculus

Feathered Thorn

Green Brindled Crescent

Large Wainscot

Lunar Underwing

Red-green Carpet

Rush Veneer - top

Rush Veneer - underside - You've got to love that stripey tummy!

Ypsolopha sequella

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