Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Copley, 26/7/17

Sorry this is a bit late, but a mad dash of work, decorating and then holiday means this is the first time I have had to post since trapping in the garden on 26th July.

Large yellow underwing x54
Swallow-tailed moth x1
Bird cherry ermine x2
Heart & dart x1
Clouded border x1
Early thorn x2
Phoenix x1
Bramble shoot moth x1
July highflyer x1
Udea fulvalis x1
Scollaped oak x1
Broken bordered carpet x1(below)


There were a few I could do with help with identifying, so if anyone can help it would be appreciated

Moth 1

Moth 2

Moth 3

 Moth 4 (which I think is a beauty!)

Moth 5

Moth 6

5 comments:

AndyC said...

1 and 2 are lesser / Common Rustic
Dark Arches , Marbled Beauty , Mother of Pearl and Uncertain / Rustic (prob Uncertain)

charlie streets said...

Hi Chris,

Udea fulvalis is a pretty rare southern species - do you have a photo of it?

AndyC said...

Chris ...Am not sure on the Broken barred carpet , it may be an oddly marked Common Carpet..

Chris said...

Hi Charlie
Yes I have a photo of what i thought was Udea fulvalis - but not sure how to post it in the comments section!

charlie streets said...

Just create a new post and place it on there.