Monday, 6 June 2016

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A much more successful session with the Loughor moth trap. There were Agrapeta hamana; a Hebrew character (Orthosia gothica); another Treble lines (Charanyca trigrammica); a snout moth; 3 Light emeralds (Campaea margaritata), 3 Grey birch (Aethalura punctulata); 6 Common swifts (Hepialus lupulinus) and a pug moth. There were even 3 Lesser water boatmen (Corixa punctata) and an Eyed ladybird (Anatis ocellata) along with the usual collection of flies.

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White dead nettle ( Lamium album ) still blooms by the Motorway access in Worsley.