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Saturday, 12 June 2010

Blomer's Rivulets and all...

A fine nights trapping at the Sutton Bank end of Kilburn woods, and of 255 moths of 46 species, the 6th commonest moth was the rather local but beautiful Blomer's Rivulet, with 12 trapped.  The supporting cast included very few micros, and at least eight Welsh Waves.

Blomer's Rivulet, Welsh Wave and Tinea semifulvella

1 comment:

  1. Nice Blomer's and that Welsh Wave is a cracker. I've seen a Mexican Wave - does that count?