A Blog for moth recorders in Bucks, Berks and Oxon
Don't forget to add a title to your posts, Richard, or else Blogger uses part of your first sentence which can look a bit odd! I've done it for you this time.Mocha is mostly found on the chalk locally but it does wander sometimes and the larval food-plant (Field Maple) is quite widespread. I imagine it would be rather unusual in Oxford but probably not unprecedented - I've had it once in my own garden and I'm on clay about eight miles from the closest part of the Chilterns.
Thanks Dave. Forgot to preview by the way - sorry!
What is meant by "West Oxford" please? Has/will this record be submitted somewhere?
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