I haven't mentioned it (because the pain is too fresh?) but this year a roe deer was BORN in my square, which I saw photos of later, and I failed to see dolphins which I heard about over the weekend. Gah! Still, there's plenty of year left and I have a low mammal target. Maybe a school of pilot whales will come to visit (again). Or even a humpback (again). Who knows?
Now at 48 species of moth, none of which have been caught in a moth trap. I have run a moth trap but it hasn't caught any species I didn't catch with a headtorch anyway.
|660||Korscheltellus fusconebulosa||Map-winged Swift|
|661||Aphomia sociella||Bee Moth|
|662||Perizoma flavofasciata||Sandy Carpet|
|663||Xanthorhoe fluctuata||Garden Carpet|
|665||Dysstroma truncata||Common Marbled Carpet|
|666||Erinaceus europaeus||West European Hedgehog|
|667||Dolichopus claviger||A long-legged fly|
Edit: Colour Supplement!
|668||Epistrophe grossulariae||A Hoverfly|
|669||Argyresthia conjugella||Apple Fruit Moth|
|670||Galium verum||lady's bedstraw|
|671||Iris foetidissima||Stinking Iris|