Monday, July 8, 2013

Lincolnshire up-date

Blotched Emerald - Now seems annual in the garden a cracking moth
Now on 738 for the square and with the warm nights lately increased the year total for moths in the gardem to 338. Coleophora trifolii is new for the garden and today I will have a dissecting session with a few Pugs and Coleophoras to identify. 
Managed to entice a Red-tipped Clearwing from the pond with a Pheromone lure, this species I find to be quite common where Willow is present. 
Stenocorus meridianus - Beaten from Ash

Red-tipped Clearwing - Enticed to Pheromone lure
Regards Martin Gray

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