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Thursday, 19 August 2010

A fantastic feline find

While I was at Dawney's, I had my trap running at home, at the cloudy skies produced the goods. Amongst 26 species was two new for the garden aand three further year ticks. The new garden moths were a Currant Pug, and a Poplar Kitten (at least I am pretty sure it is, although a little late).
9th August:
13 Large Yellow Underwing
12 Common Rustic
11 Shuttle-shaped Dart
10 Dunbar
5 Copper Underwing
3 Vine's Rustic
2 Turnip
1 Willow Beauty
1 Riband Wave
1 Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing NFY
1 Small Fan-footed Wave
1 Red Twin-spot Carpet
1 Garden Carpet
1 Small Phoenix
1 Svensson's Copper Underwing
1 Lychnis NFY
1 Peppered Moth
1 Six-striped Rustic NFY
1 Poplar Kitten NFG
1 Currant Pug NFG
1 Rosy Minor
1 Scalloped Hook-tip
1 Flame Shoulder
1 Heart and Dart
Six-striped Rustic
Currant Pug
Poplar Kitten

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