Sunday, 4 August 2013
30-odd species found their way in to the trap between the bursts of rain on Friday night. Small rufous was a new record for me here. First for year was 2nd generation nut-tree tussock, phoenix and that wordy moth the lesser broad-bordered yellow underwing which, with 8 individuals, was the second most numerous (there were 10 dotted clay - one of which, apart from the dots, looked very similar to a red chestnut). Migrants were represented by two silver Y.
Posted by Mat Ridley