The last two nights has entertained with the volume of moths, although only last night was I treated to a good numbers of species including two new species for the website,”hooray” I hear you say.
The good old Common quaker is still riding high in this neck of the woods with 41 appearing last night alone.
The totals for last night are as follows although the previuos night moths will also be sent to the county Butterfly Conservation moth recorder,like we all do, dont we? Hint,hint!!!
Common Quaker 41, Small Quaker 14, The Engrailed 1 (NFY & NFG(new for garden) ,Early Thorn 1 (NFY), Purple Thorn 1 (New species), Brindled Pug 4, Nut-tree Tussock 1 (NFY), Double-striped Pug 1, Iron Prominent 1(NFY) , Twenty-plume Moth 1 (NFY) , Hebrew Character 5, Early Grey 4, Dotted Chestnut (new species) & Clouded Drab 1