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current posts

 
Mon 26th January 2015 18:23 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 25/1
A Chestnut the sole occupant of the trap.
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Mon 26th January 2015 11:14 by Lawrie de Whalley
Winterborne Stickland 25.1.2015
Lawrie de Whalley. Dark Chestnut one. 4degC.
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Mon 26th January 2015 10:26 by Mike Hetherington
Puncknowle 25.1.15 125W MV
A milder night, but only two micros in the trap: Acleris ferrugana/notana and Agonopterix heracliana.
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Fri 9th January 2015 09:46 by Will Bown
8th January - Winterborne Stickland
After quite a few blanks a single trap on another mild night produced just one Winter Moth.
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Thu 8th January 2015 11:17 by Clive Pinder
Chickerell January 7th
A Satellite in the trap, only the second garden record for this species.
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Tue 6th January 2015 19:49 by Mike Hetherington
Puncknowle 6.1.15
Single Winter Moth to lighted window.
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Sat 3rd January 2015 09:16 by Richard Cottle
2nd January, Tincleton
First trapping session of 2015 yielded two pristine Mottled Umber. Happy New Year and hope that it is a productive nothing year for everyone.
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Fri 2nd January 2015 15:43 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 31/12/14
Silver Y and 3 December Moth a nice end to the year.
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Thu 1st January 2015 09:59 by Gillian Nash
Leigh 31st December
Just one December Moth in the trap, with overnight temperature of 3.7 degsC Happy New Year to everyone !
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