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  • 30th June moth trapping!

    Today there was only a small group of us checking the traps, but we still found quite a few new species! Its nice seeing an influx of new species as the season progresses! We also had bit more of a chance to put our micro ID skills to the test with three new micro species to identify, though we only managed to ID one, so let us know if you know what the other one is!! (See photo below!)

    Argal Trap 1

    2 White ermine

    silver ground carpet

    green carpet

    buff ermine

    common marbled carpet

    hebrew character

    udea olivilis

    Celypha lacuna tortrix micro

    + a cool lacewing!

    College trap 1

    Buring beetle

    white ermine 3

    buff ermine 2

    pale tussock

    small phonix

    common wave

    common marbled carpet

    bright line brown eye

    garden carpet

    Hoary plume (We think!)

    scorched wing

    double square spot

    small angle shades

    straw dot

    lychis

    clouded silver

    common swift

    marbled minor

    marbled whitespot

    College Trap 2 - for some reason there wasnt anything in this trap today!

    College Trap 3 -

    3 heart and darts

    underwing unID (flew away)

    white ermine

    flame shoulder

    common swift

    middle barred minor

    3 straw dot

    peppered moth

    old looking Ingrailed Clay (see photo!)

    Images below 1) udea olivilis 2) Celypha lacuna 3)Common swift, small angle shades, small phoenix, hoary plume, pale tussock, bright line brown eye 4) Ingrailed Clay

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