Saturday, 21 September 2019

Cors Fochno 12degrees and windy

Eighteen species last night which was warmer than the last few nights and the last dry one for a while from the look of it.  A few photos of the more interesting moths that were willing to co-operate and pose for the camera...as usual the carpets flew.  I am sure that whoever originally thought up the stories of 'Flying Carpets' was a moth-er.

Canary-shouldered Thorn, Sallow, Pink-barred Sallow, Square-spot Rustic, Chevron, Small Wainscot, Lesser Yellow Underwing, Pinion-streaked Snout, Setaceous Hebrew Character, Green Carpet, Double-striped Pug, Bulrush Wainscot, Green-brindled Crescent, Common Marbled Carpet, Red-line Quaker, Dark Sword-grass, Heath Rustic and last of all Epinotia ramella, which also was camera-shy!

Ina and Tony

Bulrush Wainscot,

Canary-shouldered Thorn

Dark Sword-grass

Green-brindled Crescent

Heath Rustic

Pink-barred Sallow

Red-line Quaker

Sallow

Small Wainscot

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