Friday, April 30, 2010

The Actinic Strikes Back!.....28/04

Micro?- awaiting ID
Muslin Moth Chocolate Tip Mullein Pale Prominent Red Twin-spot Carpet
Twin-spotted Quaker
Brimstone Moth
A monster haul, the best so far for my garden. I put 2 traps out, both twin 15w Actinics. These were placed at either end of the garden and with near perfect conditions, I couldn't lose- 47 Moths of 23 species!
  1. Hebrew Character- 9
  2. Clouded Drab- 5
  3. Common Quaker4
  4. Brindled Pug?- 4 I think they all were
  5. Shuttle-shaped Dart- 4
  6. Double-striped Pug- 2
  7. Flame Shoulder- 2
  8. Muslin Moth- Garden 1st
  9. Twin-spotted Quaker- Garden 1st
  10. Chocolate Tip- Garden 1st
  11. Red Twin-spot Carpet- Year tick
  12. Waved Umber- Garden 1st
  13. Powdered Quaker
  14. Brimstone Moth- Year tick
  15. Mullein- Garden 1st
  16. Pale Prominent- Year tick
  17. Parsnip Moth
  18. Agonopterix heracliana
  19. Agonopterix arenella
  20. Emmelina Monodactyla- 2
  21. White-shouldered House Moth
  22. Micro??- awaiting ID
  23. Argyrotaenia ljungiana
The Micro??? is a probable dark form Pammene fasciana (1236)

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