Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Cromwell Bottom LNR 22nd August 2015

Cromwell Bottom LNR  22nd August 2015

Weather Warm  16  -18 deg Breeze

Comments Numerous Caddis Flies in flight . 3 species of Ladybird 14 Spot , Harlequin , 7-Spot and one Forest Shieldbug dropping in for curiosity with additional Beetles  and numerous midges mosquitoes and other lagoon insects !!

Preliiminary List open To correction

0998 Light Brown Apple Moth Epiphyas postvittana
1913 Canary-shouldered Thorn Ennomos alniaria ABH 70.234   x1
0873 Blastobasis adustella ABH 41.0002
2318 The Dun-bar Cosmia trapezina ABH 73.216 
2006 Lesser Swallow Prominent Pheosia gnoma ABH 71.018    x3
1906 Brimstone Moth Opisthograptis luteolata ABH 70.226 x4
1083 Marbled Orchard Tortrix Hedya nubiferana ABH 49.156 x12
2477 The Snout Hypena proboscidalis ABH 72.003
1956 Common Wave Cabera exanthemata ABH 70.278
0970  Barred Fruit-tree Tortrix Pandemis cerasana  ABH 49.025
1345  Brown China-mark Elophila nymphaeata ABH  63.114
1956  Common White Wave Cabera pusaria ABH
1759   Small Phoenix - Ecliptopera silaceata  ABH
1738   Common Carpet Epirrhoe alternata ABH 70.061


0970  Barred Fruit-tree Tortrix Pandemis cerasana  ABH 49.025


Barred Fruit Tree Tortrix 2579


2318 The Dun-bar Cosmia trapezina ABH 73.216 

Dunbar 2763


The Phoenix  2830

Wingspan 23-27 mm. There are two main forms - one where the dark central band across the forewing is broken by two brown and white lines on wing veins and then a typical form in which the band is unbroken. Both have a distinctive series of dark wedge shaped markings beyond the central band.

2477 The Snout Hypena proboscidalis ABH 72.003


The Snout 2663

1345  Brown China-mark Elophila nymphaeata ABH  63.114
Moth 2733


Micro TBC



Moth 2537

1738 Common Carpet Epirrhoe alternata ABH 70.061  Worn Specimen 


Common Carpet 2716

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