Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Bridgend photos

We've had a great week racking up over 60 species including 4 new species for the garden including Red-barred tortrix, Bramble Shoot moth, Common Lutestring and The Engrailed. We've also trapped a few old friends we've not seen for years including Short-cloaked Moth (2005), Coronet (2006), Lime Hawkmoth (2006), Common Wave (2006), Pammene regiana (2006), Common White Wave (2004), Miller (2006), Dusky Brocade (2006).

We've also trapped some really pretty moths like Acleris forsskaleana, Buff Arches, Buff Tip, Peach Blossom to name a few.

We've attached a few piccies here.
Mike & Emma Cram

Acleris forsskaleana

Bramble Shoot moth

Buff Tip

Common Lutestring

Short-cloaked moth

Diamond-backed moth

The Engrailed

Common White Wave


Dusky Brocade

Lime Hawkmoth

A medley of Hawkmoths!

Lozotaenia forsterana

Cloud-bordered Brindle

Pammene regiana

Peach Blossom

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