32 species, after our resident Sparrow had done with them...the little so&so manages to find ones I haven't seen and fly past with that 'look what I got' expression on his face. Having said that he must be a good dad, providing food for what seems to be yet another brood - at the expense of our moths that is. When all was gathered in he even went in the shed for a look round and I caught him in the greenhouse yesterday.
Back to moths; 7th record of Haworth's Pug for the county and only the second this century. The first Cabbage Moth we have seen in a while. The first Cydia splendana in the garden this year, they also don't seem as common as they used to be.
|Agriphila tristella - note narrowing at centre of white line|
|Dingy Footman - not to be confused with Buff!|
|Haworth's Pug - F/w 8mm|