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Friday, 15 July 2011

A full moon, which is more than can be said for the trap

It was a warm day yesterday, so I thought it might be worth putting the trap out. Despite several new for the years, it wasn't really, with the lowest numbers for some time, due to a total lack of cloud, and a full moon.

July 14th:
3 Willow Beauty
3 Scalloped Oak
3 Dunbar
2 Uncertain
2 July Highflyer
2 Double Square-spot
1 Copper Underwing NFY
1 Common White Wave
1 Dot Moth
1 Rustic
1 Yellow Shell NFY
1 Early Thorn NFY
1 Clay NFY
1 Scalloped Hook-tip NFY
1 Buff Arches
1 Nut-tree Tussock
1 Yellow-tail NFY
1 Smoky Wainscot NFY


Scalloped Hook-tip


Copper Underwing

Early Thorn

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