Weather . Day warm Sunny Temp circa 15 -19 o Evening generally clear , still no significant breezes Temp dropping 10o
Langfield Common is upland Moor Trap located in low lying Bog Area with Marsh and run off Springs with varios Rush and sedges at an Altitude on the OS Contour m
The Following where imaged with the help of Brian and Andy
The proximity of boggy habitat attracted Homoptera - froghoppers . Mirids Lepopterna sp
FLIKR ISSUE WILL RESOLVE SHORTLY
1744 Grey Mountain Carpet Entephria caesiata ABH 70.072
This specimen worn
A mountain and moorland species,The larvae feed on a number of low heathland plants such as heather (Calluna) and bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus). variable adults fly from July to August.
2120 Ingrailed Clay Diarsia mendica ABH 73.333 Two Specimens
The caterpillars hibernate and feed in the spring on a variety of shrubs and plants, including bramble (Rubus) and bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus).
2329 The Confused Apamea furva ABH 73.165
The larva feed on the roots and stem bases of meadow grass (Poa spp.) and the moths fly mainly in July and August.
2440 Lempke's Gold Spot Plusia putnami ABH 73.023
Among the foodplants is small-reed (Calamogrostis spp.).
2321 Dark Arches Apamea monoglypha ABH 73.162
2118 True Lover's Knot Lycophotia porphyrea ABH 73.338
2122 Purple Clay Diarsia brunnea ABH 73.332