Thursday, 1 August 2013

Bumper Crop!

I decided to run my MV light last night, and what a catch I got! There are still 6 micros I can't id, but everything else added up to 280 moths of 98 species.

There were several things I hadn't seen in the garden yet this year, including a few totally new.

Horse-chestnut Leaf Miner (NFY)
Cherry Fruit Moth (Lifer)
Bird-cherry Ermine
Orchard Ermine (NFY)
Ypsolopha scabrella
Diamond-back Moth
Batia unitella
Brown House Moth
Carcena quercana
Pandemis cinnamomeana
Large Fruit-tree Tortrix
Clepsis consimilana
Light Brown Apple Moth
Red-barred Tortrix
Plum Tortrix
Bud Moth
Garden Grass-veneer
Crambus pascuella
Agriphila tristella
Catoptria falsella (NFY)
Scoparia ambigualis
Phlyctaenia coronata
Udea prunalis
Mother of Pearl
Endotricha flammealis
Bee Moth
Scalloped Hook-tip
Oak Hook-tip
Barred Hook-tip
Clay Triple-lines
Small Blood-vein
Least Carpet
Small Fan-footed Wave
Small Dusty Wave
Single-dotted Wave
Riband Wave
Yellow Shell
Freyer's Pug
White-spotted Pug
Tawny-speckled Pug (NFY)
V Pug
Double-striped Pug
Clouded Border (NFG)
Scorched Carpet
Tawny Barred Angle
Dusky Thorn (NFY)
September Thorn (NFY)
Early Thorn
Purple Thorn
Scalloped Oak
Peppered Moth
Willow Beauty
Mottled Beauty
Great Oak Beauty
Common White Wave
Clouded Silver
Light Emerald
Barred Red
Elephant Hawk-moth
Sallow Kitten (NFY)
Lesser Swallow Prominent
Black Arches
Dingy Footman
Scarce Footman
Buff Footman
Common Footman
Buff Ermine
Ruby Tiger
Heart & Dart
Shuttle Shaped Dart
Large Yellow Underwing
Lesser Yellow Underwing
Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
Double Square-spot
Bright-line Brown-eye
Smoky Wainscot
Grey Dagger agg.
Dark Arches
Light Arches
Marbled Minor agg.
Tawny Marbled Minor agg.
Cloaked Minor
Common Rustic
Nut-tree Tussock
Silver Y
Beautiful Hook-tip
Waved Black
Black Arches

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