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Thursday, 24 October 2013

Red Line Quaker, Brick, and November Moth

The title says it all, three new species for my list and the garden, Single Red-Line Quaker and Brick and three November Moths made up the bulk of the trapping last night plus a Green Brindled Crescent, 1 lesser Yellow underwing, 1 large yellow underwing and 4 Light Brown Apple Moths.

Green Brindled Crescent - Photographed, Milton Keynes
Green Brindled Crescent - Photographed, Milton Keynes


Green Brindled Crescent - Photographed, Milton Keynes
Green Brindled Crescent - Photographed, Milton Keynes

The Brick - Photographed, Milton Keynes
The Brick - Photographed, Milton Keynes

The Brick - Photographed, Milton Keynes
The Brick - Photographed, Milton Keynes

Red-Line Quaker - Photographed, Milton Keynes
Red-Line Quaker - Photographed, Milton Keynes

Red-Line Quaker - Photographed, Milton Keynes
Red-Line Quaker - Photographed, Milton Keynes

November Moth - Photographed, Milton Keynes
November Moth - Photographed, Milton Keynes
Just a quick post for the pictures, as I'm in a state of panic I just broke the l;amp holder on my moth trap, so need to spend tomorrow trying to replace it ready for some trapping in Kent next week.


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