Monday, 3 April 2017

Lee Mount - 2nd April

3 micros among the other usual suspects
 Could this be Eriocrania subpurpurella
pretty small c 6mm - can just see some purple spots with difficulty
 
 Common Plume
 
Not sure about this one c12mm - seem to be a few possibilities ?

4 comments:

Colin D said...

Last one looks like one of a number of possible Agonopterix sp

AndyC said...

Agree Colin , but too worn for any thing else

richard bartlett said...

Hi David,
The moth in your last photo is definitely not an Agonopterix but most likely a worn, post hibernated Parsnip Moth (Depressaria radiella) if you look closely the short, dark steaks are still visible on the wings.
Richard

David Sutcliffe said...

Thank you Richard. I did look at that (among many others)! originally but wasn't sure.