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Old Thursday 13th August 2020, 08:19   #76
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This is a very unreliable feature, certainly wouldn't get accepted in Notts on that basis but yours does look like the Waring illustration too.
FWIW the underside of the underwing looked spot on too but I didn't get a pic of that. It also looked markedly different from all the ones with paler palps, much duskier, without the paler buff tones. I'll let the recorder do what he likes with it, but I'm having it!
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An interesting catch that kept me busy for a few hours this morning - largely due to none of my books showing Prays ruficeps, a new one for me.

All these rare migrants that I have hardly ever heard of are steering well-clear of Lufbra, just four Silver Ys and a single Diamond-backed.

NFY were a few micros and Small Square-spot.

Total 137 of 45 species, my highest of the year.
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A good night for me in Herts with 4 garden ticks and a few other decent moths; pleasing as I was being disheartened by the vast number of common species in the last few days with few decent moths. New for garden - Marbled Beauty, Six-striped Rustic, Square-spot Rustic and (well chuffed with this one) Palpita vitrealis. The latter is very beautiful through a lens. A late Coronet. Also -Burnished Brass, 2 Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpets, 2 White-point, Purple Bar, Iron Prominent, Dusky Thorn, 2 Small Waved Umber. Total was 224 moths of 47 species. Big hits - 44 Common Wainscots and 27 Jersey Tigers. Giving tonight a miss as catching up, plus its been wet and thundery this evening.
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What I tend to do as I've been trapping so long, is take last years list, copy it, change the date and remove all the old data, apart from the species information. This way, a typical catch for each month is always prtetty much represented and save re-entering it all.
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It's just dawned on me how long it is since I updated on here. I have trapped most nights except the wettest ones.

3/8 to 6/8 I trapped every night but had low catches and nothing very interesting. 7/8 I had a presumed Birch Mocha (tentative advice, or so it seemed to me, from Paul).

8/8 was the night of the tiger, with my first ever Jersey Tiger spotted sitting on the trap through the window, and very quickly transferred into the fridge. I still only got a couple of photos before it whirred off the next day. A Maple Prominent was another nocturnal visitor gone the next morning. Other discoveries the next morning (that is the morning of 8/8!) were limited to NFY Straw Dot, Dusky Thorn and Square-spot Rustic.

10/8 yielded more NFY: Pebble Hook-tip, Flounced Rustic, Tawny-barred Angle and a male Gypsy Moth. Shuttle-shaped Darts hit 20.

11/8 numbers were down but a Lesser Swallow Prominent and a Pine Hawk-moth generated interest.

12/8 my first look in the morning revealed a massive brown moth on the trap wall - a Red Underwing, NFY and definitely appreciated. Even more so was a Cypress Pug which was a tick - yayy! 17 Tree-lichen Beauties were beaten by 20 Shuttles but well clear of 9 Large Yellow Underwings - though perhaps not on mass....

Today a V-pug was about the best of the bunch but 2 White Points were out of the ordinary.

I really look forward to the morning check these days!

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Some nice moths in there John!


From a few days ago - 10th Aug (checked 11th am)

Out
Magpie 1
Small Phoenix 1
Sh sh Dart 1
Sallow Kitten 1
Pebble Prominent 1


In
LYU 18
Flame Sh 22
Dingy F 1
Magpie 1
Common Rustic agg 1
Ruby Tiger 1
Brimstone 3
Rosy Footman 1
Smoky Wainscot 1
Pebble Prominent 2
Knot Grass 1
Early Thorn 1
Sm Phoenix 1
Drinker 1
Dark Marbled Carpet 1
Sh Sh Dart 1

62 of 17 species

Walking up to the trap the Hedgehog was again in the garden c10pm when had a quick look at the trap. The Sallow Kitten was on the trap (still there same place come the morning) and an interesting geo which I caught by hand but trying to catch a second moth let go accidently. The second moth turned out to be a worn Peach Blossom, which was nice though. At 11pm on another quick look the Hedgehog was right by the trap - think will have to take evading action.
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Last night (13th) - a bit more epic. Checked c7;30am. 188 of 27 macro species. An initial look outside gave up only a handful of moths - a dead Large Yellow Underwing included. Suspecting a combination of Hedgehog and Cat damage. Checking grass tussocks and the area more thoroughly later yielded up a number more (live) moths however.

Out -
Brimstone 3
LYU 16
Dingy Footman 2
Knot Grass 2
Small Phoenix 2
Black Arches 1 - NFG
Sh sh Dart 1
Swallow Prominent 1
Sm sq Spot 3
Smoky Wainscot 1
Large Elephant Hawkmoth 1 - NFG very worn/injured
Flame Shoulder 3
Small Fan-footed Wave 1

37 - 13sp

In -
LYU - 111 !!
Flame Shoulder 12
Knot Grass 1
Iron Prominent 2
Pale Mottled Willow 1
Ruby Tiger 1
Straw Dot 1
Small Phoenix 4
Shuttle-shaped Dart 1
Dingy Footman 1
Rosy Rustic 1
LBBYU 1
Early Thorn 1
Small Fan-footed Wave 1
Flounced Rustic 1
Small square Spot 4
Dark Sword Grass 1
Rosy Footman 1
Marbled Green 1 - NFG
Copper Underwing 2 - NFG
Svensson's Copper Underwing 1 -NFG/Lifer
Six-striped Rustic 1 - NFG

151 of 22

Total 188 of 27 Macro sp. 127 of which were Large Yellow Underwing, very few geos.

Micros - Grassy thing 6
Rush Veneer 3
And a few other micros

Also 6 or so Geos flew off as approaching the trap, 1 Sexton Beetle
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Don't know if it was really jammy getting both Copper and Svensson's on first occasion (think I've caught Copper Underwing (sp.?) in France before at least) ...

Unfortunately the Svensson's is a little blurred as wing quivering (darker moth on both).
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My highest numbers last night - 171 macros, although number of species (37) was on the high side but not quite a record. Star billing goes to a Pale Eggar, possibly a county first - nothing for Flintshire on the NBN map, or on North Wales Lepidoptera, but I don't know how to find out definitively. Other new species for the garden were Canary-shouldered Thorn, Tawny Speckled Pug & Rivulet. Large Yellow Underwings put in there highest numbers (72), with Lesser Broad- etc (14) & Common Marbled Carpet (13, showing off a range of colour schemes) each hitting double figures. Straw Dot was the first for a while, other goodies included one Swallow & three Lesser Swallow Prominents, two each of Ruby Tiger and Spectacle, Yellow-barred Brindle, Pebble Hook-tip, four Small Phoenix, Early Thorn & Gold Spot.
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My highest numbers last night - 171 macros, although number of species (37) was on the high side but not quite a record. Star billing goes to a Pale Eggar, possibly a county first - nothing for Flintshire on the NBN map, or on North Wales Lepidoptera, but I don't know how to find out definitively. Other new species for the garden were Canary-shouldered Thorn, Tawny Speckled Pug & Rivulet. Large Yellow Underwings put in there highest numbers (72), with Lesser Broad- etc (14) & Common Marbled Carpet (13, showing off a range of colour schemes) each hitting double figures. Straw Dot was the first for a while, other goodies included one Swallow & three Lesser Swallow Prominents, two each of Ruby Tiger and Spectacle, Yellow-barred Brindle, Pebble Hook-tip, four Small Phoenix, Early Thorn & Gold Spot.
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Cheers Andy. I did email him while ago to start submitting my records but have heard nothing back, so don't know if he's still the recorder.
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Just mailed our recorder to see if she has any kind of update but those details are from a pdf from Butterfly conservation and should be current?
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My highest numbers of the year last night with 114 moths in and around the trap. Star was an Orange Swift which was a tick. Second best I guess was Rosy Rustic NFY, with my second male Gypsy Moth of the year coming in third.

Numbers-wise 37 Vines Rustics just beat 34 Shuttle-shaped Darts.

Grisly drizzly weather.

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Last night (14th), checked at 06:15am (my earliest yet!). Moved trap location and put netting around it. Not so much long grass, so not loads of moths outside, but happier they hadn't been predated at least.

Out
Pebble Prominent 1
Dark Sword Grass 1
LYU 3
Straw Dot 1
Brimstone 1
Double-striped Pug 1 - NFG
Shuttle-shaped Dart 1
Ruby Tiger 1
Dingy Footman 1
Willow Beauty 1
Small Phoenix 1

13 of 11

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LYU 59
Flame Shoulder 27
Small Phoenix 1
Ruby Tiger 1
Small Square Spot 1
Shuttle-shaped Dart 8
Common Rustic agg 4
Dark Arches 2
Straw Dot 1
Marbled Green 1
Rosy Rustic 1
Knot Grass 1
Lesser Yellow Underwing 1
Flounced Rustic 2
Angle Shades 1 - NFG
Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet 1
Pale Mottled Willow 1
July Highflyer 1

114 of 18

= 127 of 24 macros. Plus a geo in the id thread.

Micros included -

Rusty Dot Pearl 1
Brown China Mark 3 - NFG

Also last night -

Small Fan-footed Wave 1
Lesser Yellow Underwing (different ind to above)
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And presumed immigrants. Photos look better on back of the phone! Apologies if getting a bit boring posting up complete lists - will try for summaries going forward.
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12/8 my first look in the morning revealed a massive brown moth on the trap wall - a Red Underwing, NFY and definitely appreciated. John
I'm still not doing any trapping this year but appreciating all the photos and lists. Was reading the laptop by candlelight late two nights ago when a very large slow-moving insect started buzzing the ceiling. Guessed it had to be either Old Lady or Red Underwing and sure enough, turned out to be the latter. Well chuffed. What a beast!

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15th Aug. Checked 06:45am. Full list, but shorter than recently . Annulet was especially nice.

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Mullein Wave 1
Rosy Footman 1
Coxcomb Prominent 1
Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet 1

In
Large Yellow Underwing 37
Flame Shoulder 8
Small Phoenix 2
Copper Underwing 1
Straw Dot 1
Rosy Rustic 1
Annulet 1 - NFG/Lifer
Setaceous Hebrew Character 1 - NFG
Heart and Dart 1

57 of 13 Macros

Plus Brown China Mark etc
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Congrats on your first Jersey Tiger. Got to be one of the best moths in the country IMO.
Thank you - and I agree, all the big tigers are pretty awesome. The name of Patton's Tiger intrigues me, I get visions of the Battle of the Bulge more than the contents of a moth trap!

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85 of 37 species was a step down from recent catches but there was some quality in the form of Archer's Dart and Webb's Wainscot, both of which seem to be potential firsts for the 10k square.
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Not worth listing what I got last night in drizzly, windy conditions.
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Walking my local patch this morning 2 Silver-Ys, a Blood-vein sitting low in the grass, Shaded Broad-bar & many various grass veneers.

At home a perfect Jersey Tiger flew onto a Buddleja, a Yellow Shell & a couple of Mint Moths.
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Setaceous Hebrew Character and the Annulet (Small ring eg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annulet_(heraldry) )



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16th Aug - checked 06:20am.

101 of 21 macros, with a further 33 of 12 or so micros.

Nothing new or out of the ordinary; 61 Large Yellow Underwing followed by 7 Flame Shoulder. A few pics later I guess.
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Thank you - and I agree, all the big tigers are pretty awesome. The name of Patton's Tiger intrigues me, I get visions of the Battle of the Bulge more than the contents of a moth trap!

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Jersey Tiger has gone from a patch tick a decade ago to 54 in a night one night this month. I do intend to finish July & pop along here with some records shortly.

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