Sunday, 29 June 2014

More of the same

Carrying on with the theme of picking up species Adam Hartley got to first, we had our first ever Toadflax Brocade in the trap in Wolvercote, Oxon, on the 26th: which is nice, because I remember wishing we could have one when Adam got his. We also had a Clay and a Blackneck, as Martin has had in Thrupp recently; and last night, although the trap was a devil to empty in torrential rain, we found a rather nice Anania coronata, which is a garden first. Steve and Xander Goddard.

Blackneck, 26/6/14

Clay, 26/6/14
Anania coronata, 27/6/14
Toadflax Brocade, 26/6/14


  1. Very nice to see all these Toadflax Brocades appearing. It gives more hope to those of us who as yet seem to have missed out on its expansion locally!

    1. It's about the only species on the British list to have missed your garden I think Mr Wilton.


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