Tuesday, 7 July 2009

146 Nemophora cupriacella


Hi All

This is 146 Nemophora cupriacella. As comfirmed by Harry after looking at the photo. It's not a Calderdale find I'm afraid so wasn't going to post but Charlie asked me to post it up, enjoy. It was descovered at Paull nature reserve near Hull last friday. There are only a handfull of yorkshire records so far.

Win


3 comments:

Winston said...

Harry's verdict is 146 Nemophora cupriacella!

charlie streets said...

It's still a cracking moth and a very interesting find,makes a change from the ubiquitous N.degeerellas!

Winston said...

Yes, still a rarity up here as you say Charlie. I have changed the title to avoid further confusion. Winston.