|Small Square-spot (Diarsia rubi )|
|Bee Moth (Aphomia sociella)|
Although all the other species seemed to replicate the result of our last trap, it was my first time seeing a Heart and Dart (Agrotis exclamationis), the most recorded species in Yorkshire at this time of year. A petite Brown Silver-line (Petrophora chlorosata) was playing elusive by resting in all kinds of positions and almost had us think it was a species we hadn't seen before. Also in the trap: Brimstone Moth, Bee Moth, Green Carpet, Buff Ermine, White Ermine, Silver-ground Carpet, Orange Swift, Pale Tussock, Sandy Carpet, Diamond Back, Beautiful Golden Y, Clouded-Bordered Brindle, Small Square-spot, and a couple of pugs.
|Brown Silver-line (Petrophora chlorosata)|
Post : Tung Chau (UPenn)