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Moth Sightings 2011.
Topic Started: Jan 3 2011, 03:43 PM (1,768 Views)
Davebutterflyman
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Place all you moth sightings here.
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Our first moth of the year!

Pretty hopeless photo but it was so dark in the corner of the hide at Carsington that this was the best shot possible...

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Agonopterix heracliana.
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Well done Dave! :great: capture
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An Emmelina monodactyla in Jan's garden this afternoon.
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2 Early Thorns Thursday night
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An Orthosia sp flew by the trap last night but failed to land.
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Two Twenty plume moths seen over the last two days.
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Twenty plume moth in the porch this morning.
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The same Twenty plume moth in the porch this morning....might have to start charging it rent :lol:
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:giggle: Dave
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:rofl: Dave.
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:rofl: David.

Lots of silver moths ..
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This is our new pet moth who seems to have moved in :giggle:
Meet Millie :rofl:
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:wow: That's a cracking photo Julie :clap2: and I am very jealous as that is one moth I would love to get the chance to photograph (I had one indoors last year but it wouldn't open its wings ... being when it looks really spectacular!).
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:wow2: great capture Julie :clap3:
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From the traps on saturday night....

Common Quaker 9
Early Grey
White-shouldered House Moth
Brown House Moth
Brindled Pug
Double-striped Pug
Twenty plume Moth
Agonopterix Scopariella
Agonopterix Propinquella
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Hebrew character on the back window last night.
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A brief trapping session last night...

Common pug
Double-striped pug
Flame carpet
Early grey
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Brindled pug on the back window this morning
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Adela reaumurella and Eriocrania subpurpurella at wyver lane taday.
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