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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