Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Life in The Suburbs



Imaging To Follow

70.226 BF1906 Brimstone Moth Opisthograptis luteolata x 10
9.001 BF1979 Lime Hawk-moth Mimas tiliae x 3


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63.025 BF1376 Small Magpie Anania hortulata x2
73.317 BF2089 Heart & Dart Agrotis exclamationis x8


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Common Marble Carpet  x1
70.054 BF1727 Silver-ground Carpet Xanthorhoe montanata x3Common Pug x1
70.049 BF1728 Garden Carpet Xanthorhoe fluctuata
73.162 BF2321 Dark Arches Apamea monoglypha

update ------   Small Micro TBC Below About 6 -8 mm long ( a very small micro)

It certainly in the family Gelechidae and is reminiscent of the Blastocella found in Cunnery Wood . Blastocella - looking at the wing from above  and possibly the best fit  from scant markings as
Blastobasis lacticolella however a worn adjustella with the banded leg and darker thorax region would fit if it where not for the fact that these fly later in the season august ? - open to correction or feedback



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Caddis TBC



1 comment:

Colin D said...

Micro U[date It certainly in the family Gelechidae and is reminiscent of the Blastocella found in Cunnery Wood . Blastocella - looking at the wing from above and possibly the best fit from scant markings as
Blastobasis lacticolella however a worn adjustella with the banded leg and darker thorax region would fit if it where not for the fact that these fly later in the season august ? - open to correction or feedback