Monday, 6 July 2009

Last Night in Hebden Bridge








Hi All, A bumper crop of 31 moths amongst the midge storm last night. Some interesting micros new which were new to me (These has taken all day to identify and with some considerable help) I think they were almost as spectacular as the Macros, judge for yourself. I have been tring to get a pic of a Light Emerald for years now. They never seem to settle. I was lucky last night I think. Can anyone confirm the Ingrailed Clay? Winston

Ypsolopha sequella 1
Mompha ochraceella 1
Crambus sp. 3
Bird Cherry Ermine 3
Scoparia ambigualis 1
Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix 1

Marbled Minor agg. 2
Poplar Hawk-moth1
Large Yellow Underwing 1
Common Footman 1
Map-winged Swift 1
Straw Dot 1
Light Emerald 2
Riband Wave 4
Mottled Beauty 1
Buff Arches 2
Snout 2
Clouded boarder2
Small Square-spot 1

Total - 31












6 comments:

AndyC said...

Id go for Small Sq Spot,..

brian leecy said...

Hi Win,looks like s s spot to me also,love that shot of light emerald,all the best Bri.

Winston said...

Hi Guys... I need to look again at the ss spot I have never nailed the differences here. Win Field trip this week?

AndyC said...

What about Withens Clough Car Park thursday night meet 9.30/45

Winston said...

Yes may be free for that andy. Can you post it upas a field trip number ? in te main section so folks see it. Win

Winston said...

Small Square spot v's Ingrailed Clay

Had a look at W&T. 1)more parallel wing shape 2) Whiter distinct kidney mark 3) Black edge to outer cross line 4) no extension of wedge shape 5) General pinkish brown colour all seem to suggest SmSqSp. Thankyou gentlemen.