Tuesday, 31 August 2021
Wednesday, 25 August 2021
Tuesday, 24 August 2021
Friday, 20 August 2021
I caught this last night and have recorded it as a Golden-Rod Pug after checking with Tony.
It looks pretty much like the the two Peter's moths to me. My confidence is boosted by the fact that we have Golden-rod close to where the trap was set.
I would have entered this as a comment, but couldn't find a way of dropping a picture into the comment box.
I had recorded this as a White-spotted Pug, new for me, but the previous post by Pete Skinner has me wondering: any thoughts?
It does appear to have the white spots on the sides of the abdomen; on the other hand, you could place it directly next to Pete's Golden-rod Pug and be pushed to tell the difference!
Edit 21 August: I thought a crop from the original image might show the (tiny) abdominal white spots more clearly:
Wednesday, 18 August 2021
A selection of moths from the last few days, found in the area between the Llanbadarn road and Aber uni:
|Yellow-barred Brindle - from a second generation|
|Treble Bar - only the second time I've seen one in this area|
|Bucculatrix nigricomella- the first time I've seen a second generation moth. Usually I see them on Oxeye daisies in May/June. This was one of two that came to light.|
| Ypsolopha horridella - on the same wall every year since 2018, within the same two weeks. This one flew over to sit on my arm.|
At home, an Old Lady came to visit us in the garden last week. I popped her in the fridge until she calmed down: