Monday, 19 May 2014

Cromwell Bottom torts.

About a month ago I paid a visit to Cromwell Bottom and, among other things I collected a few larvae feeding on Dog Rose at Tag meadow. They were pretty random choices so I didn't expect too much, over the last couple of days the first two have emerged. Surprisingly they are both new species to me - all though not that uncommon. Above, Notocelia rosaecolana and below, Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix :-)



2 comments:

AndyC said...

1177 epiblema..not common at all Charlie,, first one round these parts and not common in VC63..nice looking moth.

charlie streets said...

Difficult to know which names to use sometimes. I'm trying to go with those in the new micro guide. Probably best to put the old name in brackets.