|0648||Endrosis sarcitrella||White-shouldered House-moth||2|
|1727||Xanthorhoe montanata||Silver-ground Carpet||1||NFY|
|1819||Eupithecia exiguata||Mottled Pug||3|
|1834||Eupithecia vulgata||Common Pug||4|
|1883||Acasis viretata||Yellow-barred Brindle||1|
|1906||Opisthograptis luteolata||Brimstone Moth||1|
|1937||Peribatodes rhomboidaria||Willow Beauty||2|
|2000||Notodonta dromedarius||Iron Prominent||1|
|2089||Agrotis exclamationis||Heart and Dart||4|
|2092||Agrotis puta||Shuttle-shaped Dart||1|
|2126||Xestia c-nigrum||Setaceous Hebrew Character||2|
|2157||Lacanobia w-latinum||Light Brocade||1|
|2160||Lacanobia oleracea||Bright-line Brown-eye||1|
|2194||Mythimna albipuncta||White-point||1||Garden 1st|
|2334||Apamea sordens||Rustic Shoulder-knot||1|
|2337x||Oligia strigilis agg.||Marbled Minor agg.||2|
|2389||Paradrina clavipalpis||Pale Mottled Willow||2|
|2441||Autographa gamma||Silver Y||1|
Sunday, June 10, 2012
What's the Point?
In an attempt to increase my year list, I put out 3 different Actinic traps. The wind had finally dropped and the temperature at dusk was a promising 12°C. However, as with most nights this year; there has been a general lack of either quantity or quality. One consolation did come in the form of a garden 1st White-point, macro #294 in my quest for 300. Otherwise, the cupboards were pretty bare. The only other new moth was a single worn Silver-ground Carpet.
Rather worn, but I'll take it........
Upper Caldecote Garden- 09-06-2012- 2x 15w Actinic/BLB, 1x 25w FUL Skinners- 36 of 23 species