Saturday 6 May 2017

....And another Pug

We set two traps in a mixed woodland further up our valley and caught a total of 11 species.  The most interesting was a new pug for us which after much consideration we decided was a Dwarf Pug.(fl 10mm) - with its large discal spot, strongly marked costa and dark band on the abdomen.  Any further opinions welcomed.

Other notable moths included Nut-tree Tussock, Barred Umber and Grey Birch.

Carolyn & Evan
Dwarf Pug

Nut-tree Tussock

Barred Umber
Grey Birch

1 comment:

  1. Dwarf Pug looks good, only 26 county records since 2000, 4 of which were last year including 1 from Betty in woodland near you.


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