Saturday, 24 March 2018

Yellow Horned

A slightly higher temperature than expected last night produced eight species from our trap in the adjacent oak woodland including one micro ( Tortricodes alternella X 15).  New species for us this year included Yellow Horned, Twin-spotted Quaker, Small Quaker and Engrailed.

Carolyn & Evan

Yellow Horned

Twin-spotted Quaker

1 comment:

  1. According to VC46 records this is the peak week for Yellow Horned, but this is the first record I have seen. This is nother indication of the lateness of Spring this year. Apparently Easter is going to be very cold too with possibility of more snow.


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