Birds, Leps, Observations & Generalities - the images and ramblings of Mark Skevington. Sometimes.
Monday, 29 June 2020
What can I say: the weather has turned pants, LCFC are playing with 22 left
feet, and apparently the City is a thriving Covid hot-bed. It's enough to make
you want to get up and head to the nearest pub on Saturday .... if they open,
who knows. 'A pint of lager and a dose of Covid please mate' .... a proper
Special Brew. Think I'll stick to the home bar for a while yet.
Seeing as nothing happened at the weekend, here's a few from the last couple
of garden trap outings - starting with a garden tick ....
Cydia fagiglandana - 112th Tortrix, 379th micro, 703rd moth for the
Plain Golden Y
Leopard Moth - I always think these look like sheep-moth hybrids