Thursday, 10 April 2014

Pinions from the Frozen North of the Region

Apologies for the late post, but this is my first experimental blog after recently joining the group. I have been recording moths in my Stoke Goldington garden, North Bucks (2 miles from Salcey Forest, and the Northants border) using mainly a Robinson Mercury Vapour trap for the last 10 years. Not to be out-done by the Pinion-fest further south, in true London Bus form, no Pinion for 10 years, and 2 come along at once (30th March). If I'm not mistaken: one of each Tawny and Pale. Opinions welcomed.  Keith Mitchell

Tawny Pinion?
Pale Pinion?

1 comment:

  1. Looks like one of each to me, fantastic, and how nice to get both together like that. BW, Marc


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