Birds, Leps, Observations & Generalities - the images and ramblings of Mark Skevington. Sometimes.

Monday, 21 June 2010

From the garden trap, 20/06/2010

The moth traps were out again last night, nothing spectacular but a pretty good overall catch in terms of species diversity. Total catch was 174 of 65sp (125W MV 93 of 49sp, 80W actinic 81 of 34sp).

First for year in garden:
0332a Firethorn Leaf Miner (Phyllonorycter leucographella) 1
0518 Coleophora mayrella 1
0779 Bryotropha affinis 1
0993 Cyclamen Tortrix (Clepsis spectrana) 1
0994 Clepsis consimilana 2
1294 Crambus pascuella 1
1338 Dipleurina lacustrata 1
1344 Eudonia mercurella 1
1707 Small Dusty Wave (Idaea seriata) 1
2136 Gothic (Naenia typica) 1
2381 Uncertain (Hoplodrina alsines) 3

Highest counts:
2089 Heart and Dart (Agrotis exclamationis) 39
1860 Green Pug (Pasiphila rectangulata) 14
2337x Marbled Minor agg. (Oligia strigilis agg.) 10
1083 Marbled Orchard Tortrix (Hedya nubiferana) 7
1076 Celypha lacunana 6
1428 Bee Moth (Aphomia sociella) 5

Best of the rest:
0409b Argyresthia cupressella 1
1682 Blood-vein (Timandra comae) 1
1808 Sandy Carpet (Perizoma flavofasciata) 1
1979 Lime Hawk-moth (Mimas tiliae) 1
1991 Elephant Hawk-moth (Deilephila elpenor) 1
2384 Vine's Rustic (Hoplodrina ambigua) 1
2473 Beautiful Hook-tip (Laspeyria flexula) 1

No photos I'm afraid - I need to concentrate on a bit of revision for an exam on Thursday and there is enough distraction with improving mothing conditions and the World Cup .....

1 comment:

thedrunkbirder said...

I haven't watch a whole game... probably only seen 90mins across all the games so far.

Fucking funny watching England self-destruct faster than the Dutch team on speed!