Friday, 19 June 2020

Rainy day in Talybont

Well we are very grateful for the rain we have had. Also very glad it is not coming down all at once as it is in the south.  My heart goes out to all the people just recovered from the floods earlier only to be inundated again.
To last night's moths.
Nineteen species in total, 14 macro and 5 micro.
A Small Dotted Buff must have decided our garden had gone from an arid desert to wet grassland and moved in overnight.  Also our first for the garden this year Lobster, Small Rivulet, Double Square-spot and a Garden Tiger.
Micros (no photos) C.culmella, Celypha striana, Celypha lacuana, Anania hortulata and last and also least 2 Plutella xylostella, (I'll be keeping my eye on the cabbages!)
Ina and Tony
Double Square-spot

Garden Tiger

Lobster Moth

Small Dotted Buff (m)

Small Rivulet


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