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Monday, 28 June 2010

A Quad of Trebles

Another good night in the garden produced a new one for there, as well as several year ticks. Some more clear yet warm conditions produced 50 moths of 29 species, the best variety for 3 weeks.
Just the night before I saw my first ever Small Yellow Wave at Brockham, and last night I got the first for the garden! I have only had one Treble Brown Spot in the garden before, so four in the trap this morning was quite a surprise.
27th June:
10 Heart and Dart
4 Treble Brown Spot NFY
3 Dark Arches
3 Willow Beauty
3 Riband Wave
2 Flame
2 Double Square-spot
2 Heart and Club
1 Small Seraphim
1 Small Yellow Wave NFG
1 Green Pug
1 Buff-tip
1 Fan-foot
1 Common Marbled Carpet
1 Clay NFY
1 Buff Arches NFY
1 Minor sp.
1 Straw Dot
1 Pale Mottled Willow NFY
1 Mottled Beauty
1 Dunbar NFY
1 Dusky Brocade
1 Common Lutestring NFY
1 Spectacle
1 Flame Shoulder
1 Buff Ermine
1 Beautiful Hook-tip
1 Brimstone
1 Brown Silver-line
Pale Mottled Willow
Common Lutestring
Straw Dot
Small Yellow Wave
Treble Brown Spot
Buff Arches

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