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current posts

 
Sun 31st January 2016 19:29 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 30/1
Three moths in the trap: Dark Sword-grass, Hebrew Character and Endrosis sarcitrella (White-shouldered House-moth).

0648 Endrosis sarcitrella 03 Copyright: Paul Harris

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Sat 30th January 2016 11:50 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 28/1
Yet another Acleris umbrana.

1052 Acleris umbrana 06 Copyright: Paul Harris

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Fri 29th January 2016 20:59 by Richard Cottle
Tincleton 28th January
A Brindled Pug in last nights catch to add to the unseasonable brigade.
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Tue 26th January 2016 13:26 by Richard Cottle
Tincleton, 25th January
A pristine Red-green Carpet the highlight here along with a Dark Sword Grass. Also 4 Common Quaker, 2 Hebrew Character and 2 Chestnut.
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Tue 26th January 2016 08:03 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 25/1
Another Acleris umbrana here.
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Mon 25th January 2016 19:17 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 24/1
Acleris umbrana, Beautiful Plume, Dark Sword-grass, 2 Hebrew Character, Chestnut, Double-striped Pug.
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Mon 25th January 2016 12:31 by Richard Cottle
Tincleton 24th January
Single Small Mottled Willow, 3 Chestnut and a Common Quaker.
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Mon 25th January 2016 10:06 by Gillian Nash
Leigh 24th January
Just 1 (small) Hebrew Character in first trap of year (min 9.7 degsC breezy but dry)
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Mon 25th January 2016 09:37 by Mike Hetherington
Puncknowle 24.1.16 125W MV
Signs of Spring: singles of Hebrew Character and Clouded Drab along with Winter Moth.
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Sat 23rd January 2016 12:28 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 21/1
Seriously weird record here of a Common Marbled Carpet! Pretty worn but have had it checked.
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Sat 16th January 2016 17:36 by Martin Raper
Beaminster 11th January
Three Winter Moth, all on wall, nothing in trap
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Wed 13th January 2016 14:21 by Lawrie de Whalley
Lawrie deWhalley Winterborne Stickland 11.Jan 2016
Winter Moth 1, on window lit by fluorescent strip. 3degC

Agonopterix ocellana 1, disturbed in garage.

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Sat 9th January 2016 15:04 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 8/1
Pearly Underwing and Caloptilia stigmatella.

0288 Caloptilia stigmatella 03 Copyright: Paul Harris

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Sat 9th January 2016 14:28 by Richard Cottle
Tincleton 8th January
First Dotted Border of the Spring (!) together with 2 Common Quaker, 2 Hebrew Character and singles of Chestnut and Acleris hastiana.
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Fri 8th January 2016 09:18 by Clive Pinder
Chickerell Jan 7th
A Silver Y in the trap.
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Thu 7th January 2016 21:23 by Paul Harris
Dorchester 7/1
A Mompha divisella found in a fume hood in the Path Lab at Dorset County Hospital!

0889 Mompha divisella 04 Copyright: Paul Harris

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Thu 7th January 2016 15:31 by Geoff Lightfoot
Preston 6th January
Silver Y , Double-striped Pug.
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Wed 6th January 2016 15:25 by Geoff Lightfoot
Preston 6th January
Double-striped Pug , Rush veneer.
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Wed 6th January 2016 11:36 by Mike Hetherington
Puncknowle 5.1.16 125W MV
Just singles of postvittana and December Moth.
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Mon 4th January 2016 20:13 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 3/1
Just a single Silver Y in the trap.
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Sun 3rd January 2016 17:09 by Richard Cottle
Tincleton, 2nd January
Just one seasonal moth - a single Winter Moth, along with 7 Common Quaker. The post-Christmas food shopping chore was pleasantly enlivened by a Hummingbird Hawk flying around inside Tesco in Dorchester.
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Sun 3rd January 2016 14:34 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 2/1
Silver Y and Hebrew Character.
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