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current posts

 
Mon 24th February 2020 12:44 by Andrew Foster
Bridport 23rd February
Four species including Dark Sword-grass
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Mon 24th February 2020 12:38 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 23/2
Certainly can't compete with Luke's excellent haul, but Oak Nycteoline here worth a mention.
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Mon 24th February 2020 10:02 by Luke Phillips
Whitechurch Canonicorum - 23/2/2020
Highlight was an exceptionally early Water Carpet! Also got - Hebrew Character 12, Common Quaker 6, Chestnut 6, Early Moth 3, Early Grey 3, Small Quaker 2, Early Thorn 2, Clouded Drab 3, March Moth 1 and Oak Beauty 1. Micros - Depressaria daucella, Agonopterix ocellana, Agonopterix heracliana, Acleris schalleriana, Acleris hastiana and Caloptilia stigmatella.
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Mon 24th February 2020 09:45 by Geoff Lightfoot
Preston 24th February
Twin-spotted Quaker , Hebrew Character.
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Sat 15th February 2020 20:21 by Paul Harris
Broadwey
Still the occasional moth to be had between storms:

7/2: Common Quaker

10/2: Tinea pelloniella found in the house.

12/2: Common Quaker.

13/2: Double-striped Pug, Hebrew Character, Beautiful Plume.

14/2: Early Thorn, Oak Beauty.

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Sun 9th February 2020 10:11 by Jack Oughton
Fleet 8/2/20
Cream-spot Tiger caterpillar sunning itself.
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Fri 7th February 2020 10:36 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 6/2
Early Moth and Chestnut in the trap. Agonopterix heracliana/ciliella attracted to front door light on 5/2.
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Wed 5th February 2020 16:31 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 4/2
Chestnut and 2 Hebrew Character.
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Wed 5th February 2020 12:42 by Geoff Lightfoot
Preston 5th February
2 Common Quaker.
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Mon 3rd February 2020 17:02 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 2/2
The 3rd Acleris umbrana of the year.
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Sun 2nd February 2020 20:14 by Paul Harris
Broadwey 31/1
The last trapping of the month produced the 16th species of the month, an Early Moth. Also a Common Quaker.
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Sat 1st February 2020 06:51 by Capt Bagsy
Last Day of January
Pale Brindled Beauty + Black Clock Beetle
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