Thursday, 16 October 2014

Westcott, Bucks

The rain was occasionally torrential last night but 40+ moths of 18 species still made it into the garden actinic trap.  Another Dark Sword-grass was the only hint of migrant activity, while my latest ever sighting of Pleuroptya ruralis (Mother of Pearl) was noteworthy.  The only other time I've had an October record here was in 2006.  Dave Wilton 

Dark Sword-grass, Westcott 15th October

Pleuroptya ruralis, Westcott 15th October

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