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Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Two Pugtastic nights

Despite the last two nights being completely clear, I have trapped, and I've been amazed at the variety I am getting, but I suppose the warm air is the key factor.

I have been getting a particuarly high numbers of pugs, which are of course as tricky as ever, but I think I'm getting to grips with them slowly.

Aggregate catch list for 23 and 24May (NFG new for garden):

7 Mottled Pug
5 Treble Lines NFG
3 Hebrew Character
3 Common Pug NFG
3 Shuttle-shaped Dart
3 Maiden's Blush
2 Garden Carpet
2 Buff-tip
2 Orange Footman NFG
2 Red Twin-spot Carpet
2 Spruce Carpet NFG
1 White Ermine NFG
1 Pale Tussock NFG
1 White-spotted Pug
1 Engrailed
1 Brindled Pug
1 Small Phoenix
1 Nut-tree Tussock
1 Clouded Drab
1 Pebble Prominent
1 Spectacle
1 Small Fan-foot
1 Foxglove Pug NFG
1 Pale Prominent
1 Great Prominent
1 Green Carpet
1 Waved Umber NFG
1 Iron Prominent
1 Muslin Moth NFG
1 Heart and Dart
1 Peppered Moth
1 Freyer's Pug NFG
1 Pebble Hook-tip
1 Brown Silver-line NFG
1 Oak-tree Pug NFG


White-spotted Pug
White Ermine
Waved Umber
Treble Lines
Small Fan-foot
Shuttle-shaped Dart
Peppered Moth
Pebble Hook-tip

Pale Tussock

Pale Prominent
Orange Footman

Muslin Moth
Garden Carpet

Freyer's Pug

Foxglove Pug

Common Pug
Brown Silver-lines

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