|0663||Diurnea fagella||Diurnea fagella||1||NFY|
|0688||Agonopterix heracliana||Agonopterix heracliana||1|
|0695||Agonopterix alstromeriana||Agonopterix alstromeriana||1|
|1524||Emmelina monodactyla||Emmelina monodactyla||1|
|1862||Gymnoscelis rufifasciata||Double-striped Pug||1||NFY|
|2182||Orthosia cruda||Small Quaker||3|
|2187||Orthosia cerasi||Common Quaker||8|
|2188||Orthosia incerta||Clouded Drab||5|
|2189||Orthosia munda||Twin-spotted Quaker||1||NFY|
|2190||Orthosia gothica||Hebrew Character||2|
Friday, March 16, 2012
After a day off, the lights were back on for the 15th March. The usual stuff was recorded until I found this under the last egg box in the Twin Actinic/UV Skinner!
I also put on a 15w BLB bulb at the bottom of the garden, on the shed. Early in the evening this proved productive with a NFY Double-striped Pug and a new micro in the form of Diurnea fagella. They both absconded before a photo could be taken.
Loads of these around this year, with 18 trapped so far. This is a nice well marked one.
Upper Caldecote Garden- 15-03-2012- 24 of 10 species-