Saturday, March 15, 2008


Put the trap on last night as it seemed promising. March Moths were in abundence with at least 7, and firsts for the year included singles of Common Quaker, Clouded Drab and Double-striped Pug with Early Grey(2) Oak Beauty(2) and a Dotted Border. Best of all was a Yellow Horned, which was a new one for me and the garden list. I thought initially it was a Frosted Green but was pleased to see that was something less expected!
Oak Beauty

Double-striped Pug
Common Quaker

Clouded Drab
Yellow Horned

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