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Thu 13th July 2017 08:16 by Jack Oughton
Portesham 12th July
111 species. Highlights/migrants were Plutella xylostella (2), Prays ruficeps (2), Elachista argentella (NFG), Mompha epilobiella (2), Acleris schalleriana, Lobesia abscisana (NFY), Grapholita funebrana (NFY), Homoeosoma sinuella (NFY), Anania crocealis, Udea ferrugalis (3), Nomophila noctuella, Pebble Hook-tip, Haworth's Pug (3), Engrailed, Small Emerald, Rosy Footman (6), Muslin Footman (3), Four-spotted Footman (10), Beautiful Hook-tip, Dark Spectacle, Silver Y (3), Double Lobed (NFG), Grey Arches, Dark Sword-grass, Square-spot Rustic (NFY), Kent Black Arches (NFG) and Cream-bordered Green Pea.
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