Monday, 22 July 2013

Buckinghamshire 200!

I ran my MV light last night to take advantage of the good weather before it ends - tomorrow, if the forecast is right...

This brought in 199 moths of 75 species (actually, I've got about 10 more to try and id in the fridge...) plus innumerable caddis flies and other small insects.

As far as the Challenge is concerned, the following are added to my list (some being new for my all-time garden list!):

184. Yellow Tail
185. Ruby Tiger
186. Bird-cherry Ermine
187. Lozotaeniodes formosanus (NFG)
188. Chequered Fruit-tree Tortrix
189. Oak Nycteoline (NFG)
190. The Cinnabar (NFG)
191. Acleris forsskaleana
192. Common Wainscot
193. Small Fan-footed Wave
194. Swallow-tailed Moth
195. Single-dotted Wave
196. Ruby Tiger
197. Clay (NFG)
198. Least Carpet
199. Chinese Character
200. Barred Hook-tip
201. Brown-line Bright-eye (NFG)
202. Brown China Mark (NFG)

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