Monday, 28 July 2014

Cullaloe 26/07/2014

Rainy night for the public moth night at Cullaloe, but we managed to tough it out between 21:00 and midnight with two MVs and a heath trap and catch a decent range of species, with 13 additions to the year list and a good few species additions to the reserve list. The order sadly is odd (extract from iRecord sorted by preferred name) and I haven't adjusted it by code.

The list
Light Arches (new for reserve)
Dark Arches
Double Lobed (new for reserve and hectad NT18)
Common Wave
Light Emerald
Antler Moth (new for reserve)
Dun-bar (new for reserve)
Purple Clay (new for reserve)
Small Square-spot (new for reserve)
Orange Swift (new for reserve)
July Highflyer
Small Fan-footed Wave
Common Rustic
Shoulder-striped Wainscot
Smoky Wainscot
Common Wainscot
Lesser Yellow Underwing
Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
Large Yellow Underwing
Middle-barred Minor
Marbled Minor agg. (new for reserve)
Brimstone Moth
Lesser Swallow Prominent
Swallow Prominent (new for reserve)
Gold Spot (new for reserve)
Lempke's Gold Spot (new for reserve)
Shaded Broad-bar
Dotted Clay
Six-striped Rustic (new for reserve)
Double-square Spot
Mother of Pearl

The pictures

Orange Swift

Light Arches

Lempke's Gold Spot

Dun Bar (light bar from head torch/pot!)

Swallow prominent

Purple Clay

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