Monday, July 15, 2013

Wales (again) 3rd July 2013

This is the last you'll have to endure in terms of moths in Wales so hang on there.

Time: 10-12am
Species recorded: 23+
Individuals recorded: ...

Common-----Brown China-mark
Common-----Udea olivialis
Common-----Green Carpet
Common-----Sandy Carpet


Nb-----------Waved Carpet
Common-----Rivulet
Common-----Yellow Shell
Common-----Flame Carpet
Common-----Toadflax Pug
A small pug (top) that's larger an a small carpet (bottom) ,
 doesn't get any stranger than that. Pugs are usually always
smaller than carpets, but this flame carpet is a very small carpet indeed.
It's nice to have a colourful moth that is common and
widespread.
Common-----Grey Pug
Local---------Square-spot
Common-----Mottled Beauty
Common-----Willow Beauty
Common-----Snout
Common-----Light Emerald
Common-----Small fan-foot
Common-----Common marbled carpet
Common-----Riband wave f. remutata'
Common-----Burnished Brass
Common-----Double Square-spot
No, its not related to the Square-spot. That would
be too easy.

Common-----Purple Clay

Common-----Beautiful Golden y
Common-----Plain Golden y

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