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Moths and other critters in my Cypriot garden (1 Viewer)


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Starting to get a bit more interesting here now.

Silver-striped Hawkmoth plus, a Western Palearctic, tick for me in the form of this enormous, Convulvulous Hawkmoth. An attractive Chafer too with this Anoxia orientalis.
Had you not caught Convolvulous in the UK?


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I caught a few but the majority of my trapping was on the south coast (East Sussex and Kent) or in Suffolk / Norfolk so was in areas more likely to catch them as migrants.

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