Thursday, 5 May 2011

Warmer (and wetter!) weather [Trap 112]

As Peter hoped for it's got milder and wetter! Last night I got quite a few interesting moths:

The lowest temperature last night was around 9°C.


Macros:
Alder Kitten
[NFM] Alder Kitten - 1
[NFY] Clouded Silver -2
[NFY] Alder Moth - 2
[NFY] Small Square-spot - 2
[NFY] Poplar Hawk-moth - 1
[NFY] Cinnabar - 1
[NFY] Silver Ground Carpet - 1
[NFY] Mottled Pug- 1
Least Black Arches - 1
Oak-tree Pug - 2
Chinese Character - 1
Brindled Pug - 1
Brimstone - 2
Flame Shoulder - 11
Pebble Prominent - 1
Pale Tussock - 2
Clouded Drab - 5
Pale Prominent - 1
Small Quaker - 1
Muslin Moth - 4
Lime Hawk-moth - 1
Buff Ermine - 2
Plutella porrectella
Powdered Quaker - 1
Hebrew Character - 9
White Ermine - 9
Early Thorn - 2
Common Pug - 1
Flame Carpet - 1
Streamer - 1
Common Quaker - 1
Purple Thorn - 1
 + One that was hiding amongst the bulb, Chocolate Tip - 1
Cydia Succedana
Micros:
[NFM] Plutella porrectella - 1 [2nd county record]
[NFM] Cydia Succedana - 1
Agonopterix arenella - 1 
Nematopogon swammerdamella - 1
Syndemis musculana musculana - 1


 31(+4) species and 76 moths.

Douglas.

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