Monday, 30 May 2011

Craggs 29th May

14 Hepialus humuli Ghost Moth 1

1288 Alucita hexadactyla Twenty-plume Moth 1
1301 Crambus lathoniellus 25
1334 Scoparia ambigualis 20
1648 Drepana falcataria Pebble Hook-tip 1
1722 Xanthorhoe designata Flame Carpet 3
1727 Xanthorhoe montanata Silver-ground Carpet 45
1738 Epirrhoe alternata Common Carpet 1
1751 Lampropteryx otregiata Devon Carpet 4
1759 Ecliptopera silaceata Small Phoenix 6
1760 Chloroclysta siterata Red-green Carpet 1
1769 Thera britannica Spruce Carpet 1
1776 Colostygia pectinataria Green Carpet 3
1817 Eupithecia pulchellata Foxglove Pug 1
1834 Eupithecia vulgata Common Pug 2
1837 Eupithecia subfuscata Grey Pug 1
1902 Petrophora chlorosata Brown Silver-line 3
 1906 Opisthograptis luteolata Brimstone Moth 1
1920 Odontopera bidentata Scalloped Hazel 1
1957 Lomographa bimaculata White-pinion Spotted 1
1958 Lomographa temerata Clouded Silver 2
1991 Deilephila elpenor Elephant Hawk-moth 1
2008 Ptilodon capucina Coxcomb Prominent 1
2028 Calliteara pudibunda Pale Tussock 5
2098 Axylia putris Flame 1
2102 Ochropleura plecta Flame Shoulder 24
2326 Apamea crenata ab. combusta Clouded-bordered Brindle [melanic form] 3
2326 Apamea crenata Clouded-bordered Brindle 3
2330 Apamea remissa Dusky Brocade 1
2334 Apamea sordens Rustic Shoulder-knot 2




I thought this was an ocherous pug (21mm) last night but now I think its a very worn Currant..(thanks Brian)

4 comments:

muffin said...

Looks like a more active night! Sorry to have missed it. Christine

AndyC said...

Christine,whats the link for large Blur Blogg.??????

muffin said...

I've put it in a post for you. Christine.

brian leecy said...

i thought Ocherous also at first,although perhaps a tad on the large side,certainly the right habitat with all those Scots Pine ! is it worth getting it checked,that is if you still have it ?