Sunday 9 March 2014

Twin-spotted Quaker

Two traps last night - one in our garden and the other in a nearby woodland - produced 14 macro species,  the most numerous of which were Oak Beauty and Pale Brindled Beauty.  New for us this season were Engrailed, Clouded Drab, Common Quaker, Hebrew Character, Brindled Pug, Early Grey and a Twin-spotted Quaker with rather faint twin spots on the outermost cross-line. 

Carolyn & Evan
Twin-spotted Quaker

Clouded Drab

Common Quaker

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