Thursday, 1 May 2014

Parc Slip

Set the trap on tuesday night and had a much better catch than recently with 70-odd moths of 19 species. New for the year were common wavebrimstone, small phoenix, coxcomb prominent, dark-barred twin-spot carpet and buff-tip. Most common was brindled beauty with 19.
Of the 19, 4 were micros: Epinotia immundana (9), Ancylis badiana, Digitivalva pulicariae and Phyllonorycter rajella (thanks to Paul Parsons for help with the micros).

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  1. Also some garden tiger and drinker caterpillars in evidence in the meadows