Saturday, August 19, 2006


Had the moth trap on all night last night, a fair haul this morning, with the majority being Large Yellow underwings, Flame Shoulders and Setaceous hebrew Character but also small numbers of the following: Gold Spot*1, Six-striped Rustic* 3, Coxcombe Prominent 1, Poplar Hawkmoth1, Orange Swift* 2, Oak Hooktip 2, Rosy Rustic 2, Spectacle 1, Rustic 1, Small Pheonix 1, Straw Dot 5, Bloodvein 1, Common Rustic 2, Mouse Moth 1, Svensson's Copper-underwing 2, Flounced Rustic*1, Canary-shouldered Thorn*2. GYL 157. Not much in way of bird movement from the garden, several Swift still being noted and a Hobby drifted west at lunch time.

Gold Spot

Flounced Rustic

Canary-shouldered Thorn

Six-striped Rustic

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