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Tuesday, 1 October 2013

The first Blair`s shoulder-knot of the autumn.

A Blair`s shoulder-knot was in the home actinic last night. This cypress-feeding species is often found in suburban situations where appropriate conifers grow - I used to get caterpillars on one of my garden trees until I cut it down. A male brimstone butterfly was flying in blustery sunshine out in the garden about 5mins ago - quite late in the season.
.....and a couple of other captures from last night below (turnip moth and yellow-line quaker)

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