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  1. Rubia

    January Moths 2021

    Last night's run of the trap only resulted in 1 Agonopterix heracliana. But below the trap table 2 Angle Shade caterpillars.
  2. Rubia

    January Moths 2021

    Another walk last night from 4:45 till 8pm. 9 Satellites, 1 Pale Brindled Beauty, 1 Winter Moth and 3 Agonopterix heracliana. Every Satellite was sitting on a fruit, 5 on rosehips and 4 on sloes. I ran the trap from 4:30 till 9 pm, after which it poured with rain. This produced 2 Pale Brindled...
  3. Rubia

    January Moths 2021

    Did a three hour walk through woods and lanes last night after work, from 5 to 8pm. I managed to find 2 Satellite, 1 Tortricodes alternata, 1 Dotted Border, 1 March Moth, 1 Agonopterix heracliana, 1 Acleris notana/ferrugana agg and 7 Winter Moths. Twice I saw a moth ran towards it with net...
  4. Rubia

    January Moths 2021

    21/01. A two and a half hour walk in the dark tonight, looking for Early Moths. I found none. I did see nine Winter Moths, an Angle Shades caterpillar and a cluster of about 280 Vapourer moth eggs. 3 stages of the life cycle of moths on a January night. In the hedge behind my house another...
  5. Rubia

    January Moths 2021

    17/01. After 5 blank attempts this month, last night produced a single Chestnut.
  6. Rubia

    January Moths 2021

    I've had the trap out a couple of times this month, so far without any catch (it is on now). Tonight I went for a post work walk up the lane out of the village and checked out the hedges and local wood. I was looking for Early Moth but found none. I did find 36 male and 9 female Winter Moths on...
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