Friday, 5 June 2015

NBGW

121 species were logged from two traps left overnight at opposite ends of the site. I ran a 400w trap and the usual 125w. For ref 'the beast' caught 49 more species (96 spp in total, 532 individuals) than the 125w trap, but the 125w bit back with an additional 26 species (73 spp in total, 326 individuals). Hope no one minds me just listing the lot.

Alder Kitten
Bucculatrix nigricomella
Small Mottled Willow
Orange Footman
Common Swift 2
Bucculatrix nigricomella 2
Aspilapteryx tringipennella 3
Cocksfoot Moth 1
Diamond-back Moth 3
Coleophora mayrella 1
Coleophora discordella 5
Elachista biatomella 1
Elachista atricomella 6
Parsnip Moth 9
Agonopterix arenella 1
Bryotropha terrella 1
Cochylimorpha straminea 1
Eupoecilia angustana 8
Syndemis musculana 1
Pseudargyrotoza conwagana 1
Celypha lacunana 3
Endothenia marginana 1
Bactra lancealana 4
Epiblema cynosbatella 2
Epiblema cirsiana/scutulana 2
Lathronympha strigana 1
Cydia ulicetana 1
Dichrorampha acuminatana 3
Twenty-plume Moth 1
Garden Grass-veneer 4
Scoparia pyralella 1
Scoparia ambigualis 20
Small Magpie 2
Opsibotys fuscalis 1
Fox Moth 3
Pebble Hook-tip 7
Chinese Character 3
Peach Blossom 1
Figure of Eighty 1
Common Lutestring 1
Cream Wave 5
Flame Carpet 2
Red Twin-spot Carpet 1
Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet 3
Silver-ground Carpet 10
Lead Belle 1
Common Carpet 3
Small Phoenix 2
Common Marbled Carpet 12
Broken-barred Carpet 2
Green Carpet 3
May Highflyer 6
Rivulet 2
Sandy Carpet 6
Slender Pug 1
Foxglove Pug 1
Common Pug 1
White-spotted Pug 9
Grey Pug 7
Golden-rod Pug 1
Small Seraphim 3
Clouded Border 5
Sharp-angled Peacock 2
Brown Silver-line 10
Barred Umber 1
Scorched Wing 2
Brimstone Moth 30
Scalloped Hazel 3
Peppered Moth 35
Waved Umber 1
Square Spot 1
Grey Birch 1
Common White Wave 2
Common Wave 6
White-pinion Spotted 3
Clouded Silver 9
Poplar Hawk-moth 2
Elephant Hawk-moth 1
Buff-tip 1
Puss Moth 1
Alder Kitten 2
Lobster Moth 2
Iron Prominent 2
Pebble Prominent 4
Swallow Prominent 1
Pale Prominent 2
Marbled Brown 12
Pale Tussock 16
Orange Footman 2
White Ermine 50
Buff Ermine 15
Muslin Moth 1
Cinnabar 7
Least Black Arches 2
Heart and Dart 8
Dark Sword-grass 2
Flame 2
Flame Shoulder 8
Large Yellow Underwing 1
Ingrailed Clay 1
Small Square-spot 9
Setaceous Hebrew Character 6
Triple-spotted Clay 1
Green Arches 2
Broom Moth 1
Campion 3
Miller 1
Alder Moth 1
Coronet 3
Brown Rustic 1
Small Angle Shades 2
Dark Arches 1
Clouded-bordered Brindle 8
Dusky Brocade 1
Marbled Minor agg. 4
Middle-barred Minor 3
Treble Lines 25
Small Mottled Willow 1
Mottled Rustic 1
Nut-tree Tussock 3
Gold Spot 3
Silver Y 1
Beautiful Golden Y 3
Spectacle 2
Straw Dot 1

3 comments:

  1. That`s an impressive list Steve...oops, I mean Barry! Well done - and enjoy your forthcoming bryophyte weekend too.

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  2. As usual Barry you've gone and trumped everyone else! We'd 100+ species at Median Farm, but probably won't make 121 (I don't have Chris's full list yet) and no good migrants.

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  3. The beast has done its job 😉

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