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Recent content by prhodes

  1. prhodes

    July Moths

    Back amongst the egg boxes again after flies around the pond die back. Not a bad night, with 20 species including first Jersey Tigers of the year in the trap, and my first Scalloped Hook-tip.
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    July Moths

    We have a swarm of Semaphore Flies on our small garden pond at the moment so I feel inclined stop to mothing, just in case it's not helping. The pond seems in good heath with clear water and newts/frogs/damselflies, but I feel for the neighbours with so many flies. Anyone else had this problem?
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    July Moths

    Just a couple NFY last night including Dunbar and Beautiful Hook-tip.
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    June Moths

    Modest numbers of the regulars for this small London garden, but they did include a Barred Straw, which I can't remember seeing before. Odd, fragile looking little moth.
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    June Moths

    Oops
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    June Moths

    New for year Flame Shoulder, Light Emerald and (I think) Cyprus Carpet. Perhaps a bit of London moth this
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    June Moths

    15 sp. of macro moth, so was a good night by my modest standards. Lime Hawkmoth, Poplar Grey and Common Marbled Carpet were new for year
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    June Moths

    Usual, plus Puss Moth found near the trap this morning. Apologies for gatecrashing your ID thread guys.
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    Unknown, Farnborough, Hampshire: morning of 3 June 2021

    Sorry chaps, meant to put my Puss Moth on 'June Moths'.
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    Unknown, Farnborough, Hampshire: morning of 3 June 2021

    Usual set of moths in the box this morning, but then really pleased to see this guy walking across the patio near where the trap was.
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    June Moths

    Thanks aeshna5, really appreciated. Phil
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    June Moths

    For the first time this year my little trap contained a load of moths: Brimstone, 2 Common Swift Vines Rustic, 5 Pale Mottled Willow, 6 Shuttle-shaped Dart, 3 Common Pug Heart and Dart Silver-Y Bright-line Brown-eye Willow Beauty, 2 Snout Common Carpet Knot Grass (I think) Freyer's Pug (I think)...
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    May Moths 2021

    I think Oak-tree Pug, not sure yet. Then just my usuals in last couple of days - Shuttle-shaped Dart, S. Hebrew Character, Vines Rustic, Pale-Mottled Willow, Common Pug and those little micros - Tachystola I think.
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    May Moths 2021

    Thanks for confirming the Nut Tree Tussock ID guys. Only one moth last night - Cinnabar.
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    May Moths 2021

    Despite the rain last night there were a few in the trap this morning including Brimstone, Pale Mottled Willow, Shuttle-shaped Dart, Common Pug?, Garden Carpet and initially I thought the dreaded Marbled Minors agg. were back, but then thought perhaps Nut-tree Tussock? Any advice appreciated and...
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