|1428||Aphomia sociella||Bee Moth||1|
|1837||Eupithecia subfuscata||Grey Pug||1||NFY|
|1976||Sphinx ligustri||Privet Hawk-moth||1||NFY|
|2087||Agrotis segetum||Turnip Moth||2|
|2088||Agrotis clavis||Heart and Club||1|
|2126||Xestia c-nigrum||Setaceous Hebrew Character||1|
|2278||Acronicta megacephala||Poplar Grey||1|
|2302||Rusina ferruginea||Brown Rustic||1|
|2321||Apamea monoglypha||Dark Arches||2|
|2340||Oligia fasciuncula||Middle-barred Minor||1|
|2384||Hoplodrina ambigua||Vine's Rustic||1|
Friday, June 22, 2012
It was blowing a gale last night- but I'm glad I gave it a go. Just one trap under the shed roof and a BLB bulb at the bottom of the garden.
This morning, this moth did the rounds at the children's lower school and was shown to parents, teachers and pupils. Most popular comments were- "Is it real" and the classic "look at the size of it!" Keely and Louie had their 15 minutes of fame.............
Upper Caldecote Garden- 20 of 18 speicies-