Friday, 2 April 2021

 A couple of very warm days at the end of March gave a small boost to moth numbers, with Brindled and Double-striped Pugs, Oak Nycteolene, Yellow Horned, Early Tooth-striped and Light Brown Apple Moth new for the year. Best of all was Caloptilia stigmatella which was new for the garden. A Rambur's Pied Shieldbug on the shed door was my second record. Further afield I finally tracked down my first Orange Underwing Moth in a local wood.

Orange Underwing

                                                               

                                                               Rambur's Pied Shieldbug

C. stigmatella

                                                                       Yellow Horned


 

 

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