Sunday, 8 May 2016

Lee Mount

From 6th May
Common Quaker x 9
Small Quaker (I think, smaller than Common Quaker but they are very similar. Is it still time to get them?) x 2
Brindled Pug x 2
Agonopterix hert x1
Twenty-plume Moth x 1 (first time here)
Oak Nyc ? x 1
Unidentified x 1
 

Twenty-plume Moth (2 poses of same moth)


V Pug

 Oak Nycteoline maybe - not sure ?
Not sure about this one - quite a large moth but not sure if it's just worn or what ?

This is the best I got from the side !

8 comments:

Colin D said...

Oak Nycteoline looks good to me Not sure of the last

AndyC said...

Oak Ny looks like f.rosea form , Clouded bordered brindle pale form ...

charlie streets said...

Bottom one Pale Pinion?

AndyC said...

Have you got another angle of the bottom on ,,,Pinions have that tuft , and are more squared off..?? But I could be wrong...

David Sutcliffe said...

Thanks to all for comments - another photo posted but not sure it will help ?

AndyC said...

I reckon Charlie is spot on with Pale Pinion... well done I would have passed that photo off as a CBB.....

David Sutcliffe said...

Many thanks to you all - down to fine points.

AndyC said...

Its a good moth locally , it has a distinctive posture and shape .