Friday, 31 May 2019

Freyer's Pug

A much better night in our garden last night apart from a small bucket trap carefully placed near to a Honeysuckle in full flower, which was skittled presumably by one of the local cats. The highlight was a Freyer's Pug which was a first for me in Ceredigion. There are only 19 county records with 3 modern records all from Simon's garden in Aberystwyth. We had 30 Macro species and 8 micros. Most numerous were Treble Lines followed by Heart and Dart.
Tony & Ina
Freyer's Pug

Small Elephant Hawk-moth

Tawny-barred Angle

Least Black Arches

Alder Moth

Hedya nubiferana
Figure of Eighty

Cydia pomonella

Chrysoteuchia culmella

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