Friday, 12 September 2014
A brief stop in Cwm Hust (SN5340) on my way back from Lampeter produced just 4 adult moths, though one of these was the 2nd Carms record of Argyresthia semitestacella (a large, white-backed Argyresthia beaten from Beech). The mine season is in full swing though: another 13 species were added to the list because of their mines, including the 3rd Carms record of Stigmella continuella (on Birch). I'm looking forward to the moth group meeting in October and a chance to introduce a few people to the fun of staring at leaves!
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