Tuesday 5 June 2018

Talybont Garden

50 species last night.  I was up at 4am saving the moths from our resident family of Sparrows, if I hadn't the count would have been down by 10 species at least!

The first Tawny-barred Angles to the garden and one of each form, which was nice.
Narrow-winged Pug was NFY here too, a photo below as they never look the same as the illustrations.
Large Yellow Underwing numbers are growing too.
One or two easier to ID micro photos below, captioned as usual.
Ina and Tony
Aphomia sociella - Bee Moth

Bactra lancealana

Bryotropha terrella

Elachista argentella

Hedya nubiferana - note the two larger dots in the middle.
Notocelia cynosbatella -Note the yellow nose.

Iron Prominent
The Red Arrows (not so) in formation - we had 7
Plutella xylostella - Diamond-back.

Narrow-winged Pug

Poplar Grey

Red-green Carpet

Setaceous Hebrew Character

Small Elephant Hawk-moth

Tawny-barred Angle.

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