Friday, 5 August 2016
Brief post: last night at Pwll.
The `autumnal` early August northerly gales deterred me from trapping for much of the week but as last night (4/8) looked reasonable out went the garden traps, yielding a fair selection this morning. Seasonal moths such as black arches and four-spotted footmen are `on the up` (respectively with seven and six each) and they were joined by species such as scarce footman (2), beautiful carpet, small rufous, yellow-tail (12) and double kidney (one each).
Posted by Ian Morgan