Tuesday, 2 August 2016

St. Augustine's Church, Penarth

WTSWW ran a very well-attended bat and moth night at ST. Augustine's on friday night. We only ran the traps until 11 (lightweights I know) but in that time we managed to attract a decent 25 species including a couple of crowd-pleasers in the shape of swallowtail and ruby tiger. A few new for the site too including yellow-barred brindle, willow beauty, straw dot, mother of pearl, Clepsis consimiliana and the smart Pammene aurita.  A couple of migrants in the shape of diamond-back and silver Y too.

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