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Carnan Moths 01/08/2014

Moths and Butterflies, just chat or ask for help on identification
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Carnan Moths 01/08/2014

Post by Paul » 02 Aug 2014, 12:21

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Canary-shouldered Thorn
Mothing last night in the garden produced 150 moths of 32 species:
Antler Moth 5, Beautiful Golden Y 3, Bright-line-brown Eye 2, Burnished Brass 2, CANARY-SHOULDERED THORN 1, Dark Arches 25, Dark Marbled Carpet 1, Dotted Clay 3, Garden Tiger 14, Gold Spot 13, Grass Rivulet 1, July Highflyer 2, Large Yellow Underwing 1, Lesser Broad bordered Yellow Underwing 1, Middle barred Minor 1, Minor Shoulder Knot 1, Narrow winged Pug, Northern Rustic 1, Northern Spinach 1, Purple Bar 1, Red Carpet 6, Rosy Rustic 2, Silver Y 1, Six-striped Rustic 3, Small Wainscot 11, Smoky Wainscot 28, Straw Dot 2, Chevron 11, Snout 3, plus micros Acleris aspersana 1, Acleris effractana 1, Agriphilia tristella 3
Thanks to Chris for confirmation of Thorn & ID for micros

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