As and example the last three nights of trapping have produced,6,4 & rain dead moths so its no wonder one is feeling "under the weather".
This said it still doesnt mean that nothing is happening with Tim still producing more new moths for this website and in a time when he was away in Cuba where blogs will be added to his website www.butterfliesofcuba.com so watch out for those,I was placed in charge of the livestock for the first time ever.
Two different larvae were found on Juniper as well as me retaining the mystery larva shown in the home blog dated the 6 June. A fourth source of livestock came when a Sallow Kitten deposited eggs in a tube whilst moth trapping and so these were also retained for the sake of the eggs.
Taking the larvae found on Juniper and the one in my garden on Budleiah they turned out to be the same moth and yet in both cases the LFP has not been designated.
So far one emerged on 1 July and this one emerged about two hours ago
Any other Pugs? Watch this space!!!