Friday 25 April 2014


A cold, clear night produced 60 moths from 2 traps, one being a new Skinner with 125W MV bulb. There were 16 macro species and 1 micro. Common quaker and Hebrew character were the most abundant, others were: Brindled pug, Brown silver-line, Powdered quaker, Brimstone moth, Flame carpet, Red-green carpet, Great prominent, Early tooth-striped, Early grey, Scalloped hazel, Clouded drab, Lunar marbled brown, Iron prominent, and Chestnut. The micro is Phyllonorycter ?
Scalloped hazel

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