Moths Found on 5 July 2015

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A perfect trapping today: a very warm Saturday followed by a cool morning where the rain held off just long enough for us to empty the trap.  There were many perfectly formed moths to capture pictures of, the most excellent of which were:

Others in the trap included 13 Uncertain or Vines' Rustics, eleven Heart and Darts, eleven Riband Waves, seven Common Footman, four Bright-line Brown-eyes, three Small Magpies, three Snouts, two Grey or Dark Daggers, two Green Pugs, two Double Square-spots, a Cloaked Minor, a Mother of Pearl, a Brown House Moth, a Light Brocade, a Dot Moth, a Stenoptilia/Platyptilia, a Scopara pyrallela, .

Privet Hawk
                    MothElephant
                    Hawk MothAngle ShadesBuff TipBurnished
                    BrassSmall EmeraldPhlyctaenia coronataThe SycamoreBlue-bordered CarpetClouded SilverSwallow-tailed MothBuff ErmineFan FootHeart and Club


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