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Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Sprawler

I've been trapping on as many nights as possible over the last fortnight, catching the usual autumn species, December Moths, Satellite, lots of Red Sword-grass, November Moths by the score, Feathered Thorns,  Green Brindled Crescents, etc, but  very few Mottled Umber so far.
I popped the trap out again last night and amongst the very small catch was a Sprawler, such a lovely moth. I must, I thought, put a pic on the blog.  I can't use my Ipad to post pics - (computer say No), so use the PC. We have a very new PC..... its taken nearly an hour to log back on here having fought passwords, Google Blogger, more passwords. default accounts and a strong desire to chuck everything out of the window, so please enjoy these blood, sweat and tears pictures!!!!!!!



3 comments:

  1. .....And your efforts were very well spent, enabling us all to share great pictures of a rather special moth - many thanks.

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