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Recent content by dwallace

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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Eleanora's Falcon. Dave W
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    May 2022 Moths

    No Striped Hawkmoth for me, either, here in South Hampshire but I did come across my first ever Little Thorn by day in a local wood. Dave W
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    Moths ID Help needed

    1. Scallop Shell 2. Antler Moth Dave W
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    March 2022 Moths

    A bit late in posting but we trapped in the local Botley Wood last Friday and did quite well. Highlights were Red Sword-grass and acleris logiana. Dave W
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    Last Bird of 2021

    Tawny Owl. Dave W
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    Worzel Gummidge: Twitchers

    Brilliant. Best programme I've watched on the BBC for a long time and could be enjoyed by children and twitchers alike. Very funny. Dave W
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Western Sandpiper at Normandy Marsh, Hampshire. Dave W
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    UK Dragonflies & Damselflies 2021

    Now re-identified as Lesser Emperor. Dave W
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    UK Dragonflies & Damselflies 2021

    Vagrant Emperor reported at Whiteley Pastures, Hampshire this afternoon 100 yards from entrance. No other information at present. Dave W
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    Micro help

    I'd go for celypha lacunana. It's extremely variable but has a finger-like projection or indentation in the median fascia above the middle. Dave W
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    River Warbler at Ham Wall. Dave W
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    May Moths 2021

    Speckled Yellow (day-flying) now on the wing here in South Hampshire. Dave W
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    Micro, Pembrokeshire, July 2020

    I think it's a Bee Moth, too. I get plenty in my trap. Dave W
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Northern Mockingbird. Dave W
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    April Moths 2021

    Botley Wood, Hampshire last night with 4 lamps: Diurnea fagella 8; dyseriocrania subpurpurella 1; acleris cristana 2; Frosted Green 30; Yellow Horned 1; Red-green Carpet 1; Water Carpet 3; Double-striped Pug 2; Brindled Pug 18; Early Tooth-striped 6; Early Thorn 8; Purple Thorn 5; Oak Beauty 1...