Saturday 6 April 2024

Some Moths during March

 The changeable weather in March allowed for a few nights which were suitable for moth trapping. Moth numbers in my garden have been low but the number of different species is slowly increasing, with the promise of better things to come in April.

Brindled Beauty (Lycia hirtaria) (male)

Oak Beauty (Biston strataria) (male)

Double-striped Pug (Gymnoscelis rufifasciata)

Bridled Pug (Eupithecia abbreviata)

Early Tooth-striped (Trichopteryx carpinata)

Satellite (Eupsilia transversa)

Early Grey (Xylocampa areola)

Clouded Drab (Orthosia incerta)

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