Saturday 27 July 2019


Two traps on the coast on Thursday night produced over 1500 moths with many more escapees particularly the Crambidae family. The traps were heaving with Dark Arches (300+) and Large Yellow Underwing (100+). Hidden beneath all these was a moth which was new to both of us, a Brown-line Bright-eye. Apparently a "common" moth but this is only the 4th Ceredigion record since 1992, the first since 2014.
Tony & Ina
Brown-line Bright-eye

Marbled Coronet

Mullein Wave

Crescent Dart

Grass Emerald

Small Blood-vein

Rosy Minor

Small Yellow Wave

Galium Carpet

Agapeta Zoegana

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