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Thu 26th February 2015 22:19 by Richard Cottle
26th February, Tincleton
At last, after six no shows during February, some moths. Pale Brindled Beauty (4), Common Quaker (3), Chestnut (3), Agonopterix heracliana (2) and singles of Spring Usher, Early Moth, Dotted Border and Dark Chestnut.
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Thu 26th February 2015 19:34 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 25/2
Agonopterix alstromeriana, Double-striped Pug and Hebrew Character.
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Thu 26th February 2015 10:07 by Mike Hetherington
Puncknowle 25.2.15 125W MV
Two Pale Brindled Beauty and one postvittana.
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Sun 15th February 2015 16:22 by Megan Lowe
Woodlands 14/02
Oak Beauty (1)
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Thu 12th February 2015 21:35 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 10/2
Another (different) Chestnut.
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Sun 8th February 2015 12:39 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 7/2
Minus 2 by dawn, but a single Chestnut made it to the trap.
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