1001 - Tipula maxima
1003 - Tall Nightshade
1004 - Sycamore Tar-spot Fungus
1005 - Wall-rue
1006 - Pear Slug Sawfly (larva)
1007 - Bradycellus verbasci (beetle)
1008 - Canary-shouldered Thorn
1009 - Cypress Pug
1010 - Painted Lady
1011 - Gold Spot
1012 - Geotrupes spiniger (Dumble Dor Beetle?)
1013 - Latticed Heath
1014 - Straw Underwing
1015 - Palpita vitrealis (moth) - just my second ever & a cracker!
1016 - Common Darter
1017 - Agriphila geniculea (moth)
1018 - Euzophera pinguis (moth)
1019 - Common Wainscot
1020 - Small Wainscot
1021 - Small Tortoiseshell - first ever garden record, and had another a few days later (pic below). This species is quite rare here, and I wouldn't be surprised if it didn't regularly breed here. Every one I see is associated with an influx of other immigrant butterflies.
1022 - Eumerus funeralis (hoverfly)
1023 - Eristalinus sepulchralis (hoverfly)
1024 - Hygrotus impressopunctatus (water beetle) - under the same dead seagull that was mentioned a while ago!
1025 - Fern
1026 - Clavigestra purdeyi (moth)
1027 - Nephopterix angustella (moth)
1028 - Engrailed - new species for the garden and only a few recs for Guernsey.
1029 - Caloptilia leucapennella (moth)
1030 - Wesmaelius subnebulosus (lacewing)
1031 - Whimbrel - migrant calling over the garden (didn't see it)
1032 - Grass Eggar
1033 - Apion pomonae (weevil)
1034 - Hare's-foot Clover
1035 - Med Gull - the 3 or 4 times I have seen Med Gull over the garden have all been on the days that our ant nest erupts and the gulls come to feed overhead.
1036 - Gem
1037 - Aethes smeathmanniana (moth)
1038 - Monopis laevigella (moth)
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