Saturday, 4 April 2015

Wood in the Goth trap

It's called a Goth Trap because it's usually full of O. gothica.

I'm assuming this is a Tawny Pinion which is a first for me. Can someone confirm?

Mark Griffiths, Garsington, Oxford


  1. No doubt about it...I hope Oxfordshire hasn't cornered the market in them for this season!

  2. thanks Dave, it was a surprise this morning. Pickings have been slim this year although I'm now at 11 species in the garden and 3 were new here.


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