Saturday 16 May 2015

Yellow-barred Brindle

A good night produced 34 macro species from three traps - garden and woodland.  The high spot for us was our first ever Yellow-barred Brindle which had a definite greenish hue on closer inspection.  We have attached photos of some of the more attractive moths.

Carolyn & Evan

Yellow-barred Brindle

Oak Hook-tip

Common Swift

Scorched Wing

Least Black Arches

Clouded Silver

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