Monday, 29 September 2014

Brief Note: last night at Pwll (28/9/14)

Had some fantastic results last night - four decent migrant species (two of which were real `goodies`) plus other good stuff.... will hopefully blog later today. Also there was general good variety in the two home actinics. I recommend trapping tonight IF the weather is ok...not looked at forecast yet.

8 comments:

  1. Stop writing these tantalising messages - can't you just tell us what the species are!!

    George

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  2. Carmarthenshire has become like North Korea, George - a secretive `moth state` to `wind-up` our vc41 neighbours!
    Seriously...scarce bordered straw, a second delicate, and the commoner pearly underwings, dark sword grasses and silver y`s. Also, a good resident moth - orange sallow. Will post pics etc later, when I get the chance.

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  3. Now who's having all the luck, (made by your persistence of course!). Looks like things are picking up migrant wise...tonight (and possibly tomorrow) could again be good, but weather breaking up in the second half of the week.

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  4. Well done Kim-Jong Morgan.

    Nothing good for me in Cardiff over the last two nights.

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  5. Only 3 Silver Y's all year; no Humming Birds, no Clouded Yellows.

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  6. I sort of like the North Korea idea....I`d make moth trapping compulsory in schools, and cut out all that maths lark! ....about to post the pictures in a fresh blog....

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  7. I've been trapping weekly and over the last three weeks have had 1, 1, and 0 species, respectively. Ian's trapping them all before they get to me! Isabel

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  8. I've got to comment here. These blogs are so entertaining, I look forward to reading what everyone has caught and the jesting that goes on makes me laugh, keep it all up guys & gals as It keeps me hooked.

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