Monday, 1 July 2013

In my Lincolnshire Wolds Garden 29th & 30th June

I trapped over the weekend using my Robinson 125 mv in two different parts of the garden on the 29th in the flower borders and 30th in the veg and fruit garden. Both nights were very productive, with an estimate of 500+ moths in the trap each night. I recorded 34 NFY bringing my total to 168.
  I didn't have time to record the numbers but I have listed the species as follows:
Common Swift
Chinese Character
Figure of Eighty
Riband Wave
Silver-ground Carpet
Garden Carpet
Common Carpet
Barred Straw NFY
Yellow Shell NFY
Common Marbled Carpet
Green Carpet
Freyer's Pug
Common Pug
Grey Pug
Green Pug NFY
Clouded Border
Brimstone Moth
Peppered Moth
Willow Beauty NFY
Mottled Beauty NFY

Clouded Silver
Privet Hawkmoth NFY
Lime Hawkmoth NFY
Poplar Hawkmoth
Elephant Hawkmoth
Iron Prominent NFY
Pebble Prominent
White Ermine
Buff Ermine
Heart and Dart
Flame Shoulder
Large Yellow Underwing
Ingrailed Clay NFY
Setaceous Hebrew Character
Double Square-spot
Dark Brocade NFY
Dot Moth NFY
Bright-line Brown-eye
Common Wainscot
Shoulder-striped Wainscot NFY
Coronet NFY
Brown Rustic
Small Angle Shades
Angle Shades
Dark Arches NFY
Light Arches NFY
Clouded-bordered Brindle
Marbled Minor agg
Rufous Minor NFY
Middle-barred Minor
Rosy Minor NFY
Uncertain NFY
Pale Mottled Willow NFY
Mottled Rustic
Green Silver-lines NFY
Silver Y
Plain Golden Y
Beautiful Golden Y NFY
Burnished Brass
Fan-foot NFY
Small Fan-foot NFY

Udea olivalis NFY
Evergestis forticalis
Eurrhypara hortulata
Crambus pascuella NFY
Chrysoteuchia culmella
Eucosma cana NFY
Celypha lacunana
Epiblema trimaculana NFY
Epinotia bilunana NFY
Hedya ochroleucanaNFY
Epiblema cynosbatella
Pandemis corylana NFY
Epiphyas postvittana
Scoparia ambigualis NFY
Aphelia paleana NFY
Elophila nymphaeata NFY

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