Monday, July 15, 2013

Wales Moths (2nd July 2013)

The moths, they continue. A very busy night, even though it was very damp from a continuous flood of rain all day.

Time: 10-12am
Species recorded: 20+
Individuals recorded: ...

Common------Udea olivialis
Common------Silver-ground carpet
Common------Common marbled carpet
Common------Common carpet
Common------Green carpet

Common------Grey pug
Local----------Square-spot
Common------Small fan-foot
Common------Snout
Common------Brimstone Moth

Common------Flame Shoulder
Common------White-pinion Spotted
A worn one, only just identifiable. The dust is the scales from
all the noctuids that didn't want to sleep.

Common------Small magpie
One of the biggest micros, and one of the few micros with a
name that can be remembered.

Common------Beautiful Golden y
Common------Silver y
Common------Rivulet
Common------Peach Blossom

Common------Clay

Common------Flame
Common------Clouded-bordered Brindle

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