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Mon 30th April 2018 10:24 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
28/4/18 - A minor variation on my 25/4 post - 7 moths in total again, this time 5 Hebrew Characters and 2 Common Quakers.  (At times like this I wonder if it's worth it) To be honest, I'm tempted to blame the cricket season having started, as it usually presages cold and/or wet.  Heigh ho.
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Sun 29th April 2018 21:02 by Chris Iles
Dunkery, 28 April 2018
A couple of traps run; under the circumstances (cold, full moon, northerly/easterly winds) good numbers of moths.  On the woodland/moorland fringe, surprisingly good numbers of Early Grey and Double-striped Pug.  On the open moor, it was surprising to get any insects at all, and only two species, but reasonable numbers of Red Chestnut and Hebrew Character.  Now I know what the red moth is that I see in my car headlights flying about the moor.
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Sun 29th April 2018 13:29 by Nigel Cottle
Bishops Hull garden. Night of 28/4.
T Min 7.4°C. Nine moths of six species with Brimstone and Garden Carpet both FFY.  Also: Oak-tree Pug, Common Quaker, Hebrew Character and Early Grey.
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Sun 29th April 2018 12:05 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise Little Quantock Saturday April 29/04/2018 Min t
6 Hebrew Characters and 2 Red Chestnut......never mind - not long to Christmas !
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Thu 26th April 2018 10:57 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
25/4/18 - well, that didn't take long to sort out.  6 Hebrew Characters in the traps, and 1 Shoulder Stripe on the wall, and that's all folks !  Early breakfast today.
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Wed 25th April 2018 09:30 by Nigel Parsons
Berkley Marsh, Frome - 23rd April
Only 18 moths due to cool and breezy conditions. FFY included singles of Double-striped Pug, Purple Thorn and Lunar Marbled Brown + Powdered Quaker (4).
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Mon 23rd April 2018 22:15 by Steve Chapple
Pen Elm
Only twelve moths of ten species on a chilly, mostly clear, night. Mullien, Brimstone and Nut-tree Tussock (2) the only newcomers.
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Mon 23rd April 2018 21:32 by Paul Wilkins
Dyseriocrania subpurpurella
I note Nigel found this unusual species in his trap as I did in a trap on Sunday and almost dismissed it as a species of Caddisfly due to its very hairy head and thorax so one to watch out for!

0006 Dyseriocrania subpurpurella PW18 Dyseriocrania subpurpurella PW18a Dyseriocrania subpurpurella Leaf mine on Oak

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Mon 23rd April 2018 09:57 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
22/4/18 - probably a bit too chilly for moths last night, with only 12 individuals, of 5 species - 5 Hebrew Characters, 3 Clouded Drabs, 2 Common Quakers, plus FFYs Streamer and Muslin Moth.
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Sun 22nd April 2018 17:28 by Nigel Cottle
Bishops Hull garden. Night of 21/4.
T Min 10.8°C. 14 moths of 11 species with Scorched Carpet and Nut-tree Tussock FFY and Dyseriocrania subpurpurella FFG.

Dyseriocrania subpurpurella

Dyseriocrania subpurpurella

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Sat 21st April 2018 17:31 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
Not too bad last night, with 31 moths of 13 species. FFY were Parsnip Moth, The Streamer, Water Carpet (2) Double-striped Pug, Brindled Beauty, Early Tooth-striped and Nut-tree Tussock. Others were Shoulder Stripe, Early Thorn (4), Dotted Border, Common Quaker (6), Hebrew Character (6) and Early Grey (5).
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Sat 21st April 2018 15:45 by Nigel Cottle
Bishops Hull garden. Night of 20/4.
T Min 8.9°C. 19 moths of 10 species including FFY Esperia sulphurella and Eudonia angustea.

Since 2nd April I have now released 20 Mompha divisella from my garage where they obviously hibernated.

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Sat 21st April 2018 10:10 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
20/4/18 - poor numbers again, just 25 moths, 5 species.  16 Hebrew Characters, 5 Clouded Drabs, 1 Early Thorn, 1 FFY Waved Umber, and 2 FFG Brindled Beauties.There was a FFY Pale Brindled Beauty found in the house on Wednesday, presumably having escaped from the traps in the morning, when I was looking the other way. Sneaky!
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Fri 20th April 2018 20:16 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise, Little Quantock Thursday 19/04/2018 Min temp 8
73 moths of 16 species. Still a little disappointing for the time of year.  Three FFY : Spruce Carpet (1) ; Purple Thorn (1) ; Brindled Beauty (3).  Others of note : Streamer (3) ; Brindled Pug (3) ; Early Tooth-striped (1) ; Early Thorn (5) ; Oak Beauty (1) ; Notably, once again no Micro's.
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Fri 20th April 2018 10:26 by Ian Mathieson
Norton sub Hamdon
Genuine signs of migration last night with very few residents recorded but I did have a Silver Y and 4 Dark Sword Grass. This is the largest number of DSGs I've recorded in one night for nearly 5 years.
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Thu 19th April 2018 19:14 by Nigel Cottle
Hummingbird Hawk 19th April.
A Hummingbird Hawk reported from Walton Common today:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/207417919699636/permalink/441104386330987/

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Thu 19th April 2018 15:40 by Nigel Cottle
Diamond-back Moth
A Diamond-back Moth (pale form) at Thurlbear this afternoon; first one I have seen this year.
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Thu 19th April 2018 14:46 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
18/4/18 - Another quiet night here, just 47 moths, 10 species.  22 Hebrew Characters, 9 Common Quakers, 7 Clouded Drabs, 2 Early Thorns, 2 Small Quakers,and singles of Shoulder Stripe, Early Grey, Dotted Chestnut,March Moth, and FFY Herald.
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Thu 19th April 2018 14:26 by Steve Chapple
Pen Elm
40 moths of 9 species last night, so thing are looking up (slightly). Best was a Brindled Beauty (FFY) - I didn't see one here last year.
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Thu 19th April 2018 14:26 by Nigel Cottle
Castle Neroche. Night of 18th April.
I ran two traps at Castle Neroche until 01:00h this morning.

259 moths of 23 species (22 macro, 1 micro).

Diurnea fagella (5), Shoulder Stripe (4), Streamer (1), Water Carpet (3), Brindled Pug (13), Oak-tree Pug (6), Early Tooth-striped (5), Early Thorn (9), Purple Thorn (1), Brindled Beauty (14), Oak Beauty (4), Engrailed (1), Lunar Marbled Brown (3), Early Grey (3), Chestnut (61), Satellite (1), Clouded Drab (23), Common Quaker (76), Small Quaker (5), Powdered Quaker (2), Hebrew Character (8), Twin-spotted Quaker (1) and Red Chestnut (10).

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Thu 19th April 2018 08:20 by Nigel Parsons
Berkley Marsh, Frome - 6th - 10th April
Apologies for another late posting. During this period I managed 4 moth trappings and as expected most of the moths were repeat performers for the year. However, there were also a few notable FFY including Brindled Beauty 1 (6th), Tawny Pinion 1 (7th), Brindled Pug 1, Diurnea fagella 1, Emmelina monodactyla 2 (8th) and Red Sword-grass 1 (10th), the latter being a FFG and FFM.
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Tue 17th April 2018 10:28 by Simon Phelps
Scarce Bordered Straw larvae - Middlezoy
At the weekend, on Sunday the 15th of April, I found a caterpillar on the floor of my kitchen, near to the back door. I presumed it had come in on my clothing or footwear as myself and my girlfriend had been out that day. It could have come off my clothes from the garden or from WWT Steart, where we had been earlier that day. I did not know what species it was so I took it outside into the garden to take a photo of it. I then released it into the garden at the base of our hedge there.

I posted the two photos on Twitter (a place I often find gives quick and reliable identifications if you know the right people to ask) and was soon given an identification of Scarce Bordered Straw. This identification was from both Richard Lewington and Roy Leverton (via Tom Tams). They suggested that the larvae may have come in on flowers or vegetables. We did have some bought flowers in our house, so that is possible. Further research has shown they do turn up often on Carnations bought from supermarkets. The flowers I bought did have Carnations in them so this is the most likely source I think. 

Fortunately for me I have seen the adult moth of Scarce Bordered Straw once before, however I do still wish I had kept it now and tried to rear it. I also now wonder if it will be able to find anything to eat in my tiny garden! A lesson learnt, I should have kept it until I knew what species it was!

Scarce Bordered Straw larvae 2

Scarce Bordered Straw larvae

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Tue 17th April 2018 09:07 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
16/4/18 - A bit too breezy last night for most moths I suspect, so only a few out and about braving the elements.  15 in the traps this morning, of 5 species - 6 Common Quakers, 4 Hebrew Characters, 2 Clouded Drabs, 2 Early Thorns, and a FFG Semioscopis steinkellneriana.  An exceptionally long name for such a small moth !.
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Mon 16th April 2018 09:08 by Nigel Cottle
Bishops Hull garden
Night of 14th April.

16 moths of seven species including FFG Elachista canapennella

(Identified by Phil Sterling after I posted a picture on the 'UK Micro Moth Identification' Facebook page).

Elachista canapennella  14.04.18

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Sun 15th April 2018 10:44 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
14/4/18 - still no great shakes in mothing terms - just 23, of 6 species last night, in spite of the mild, dry weather, and very little in the way of moon or wind.  11 Hebrew Characters, 5 Clouded Drabs, 4 Common Quakers, and 1 each March Moth & Early Thorn, plus a FFG Dotted Chestnut.

Lots of Brimstone butterflies in Great Breach Wood SWT Reserve (near Butleigh, if you don't know it) when the sun finally came out yesterday afternoon.  Spring is finally sprung. (I think)

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Sat 14th April 2018 19:05 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise, Little Quantock Friday 13/04/2018 Min temp
107 moths of 18 species, including 5 FFY : Scalloped Hook-tip (1) -only the second record for the garden ;Streamer (1) ; Water Carpet (1) ; Double-striped Pug (1) and Grey Shoulder-knot (1).  The best sighting of the day today was of course THE SUN ! which enticed Slow worm, Common Lizard , Grass Snake and Brimstone to show themselves in the garden.
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Sat 14th April 2018 16:20 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
Consistent figures this last week. Last night produced 20 moths of 9 species. FFY were Agonopterix heracliana, Early Thorn and Oak Beauty. Others were Shoulder Stripe, Small Quaker, Common Quaker (6), Clouded Drab (2), Hebrew Character (6) and Early Grey. This afternoon's sunshine produced the first butterflies of the year in the garden - Brimstone and Small Tortoiseshell.
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Sat 14th April 2018 10:01 by Ian Mathieson
Norton sub Hamdon
A Dark Sword Grass two nights ago was my first possible migrant of the year.
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Sat 14th April 2018 08:56 by Sue Davies
Tree House Butleigh
Little change here, just 5 Heb. Ch, 2 each of Common and Small Quakers, 7 Clouded Drab, 3 Brindled Beauties and a FFY Streamer.
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Fri 13th April 2018 16:07 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
Once again last night a good number of Small Quaker at 150 . I will try and send some your way Paul ! Another 40 moths of 10 species including 11 Common Quaker and 17 Hebrew Character . One ffy a Red - green Carpet .
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Fri 13th April 2018 13:25 by Sue Davies
Butleigh Wood
Left the trap out in Butleigh Wood last year. Compared to same time, site and conditions last year - dismal. Just 2 Small and 2 Common Quakers, 8 Clouded Drabs, 2, Diurnea fagellas and the most exciting moth was a Shoulder Stripe!
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Fri 13th April 2018 11:33 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
12/4/18 - another below par catch, just 30 moths, 7 species, nothing new.  10 Hebrew Characters, 7 Common Quakers, 6 Clouded Drabs, 4 March Moths, and 1 each Powdered Quaker, Early Thorn and Shoulder Stripe. 

I am beginning to think that all the Small Quakers have migrated westwards to Holford, as I've only had three singles this year (probably the same moth looking for its missing mates). Please can you send some back, Pam?

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Thu 12th April 2018 19:41 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
Another night of good Small Quaker numbers at 193 . Otherwise in total 228 moths of 10 species and one ffy a Pale Pinion .
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Thu 12th April 2018 17:48 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
Despite a cold wind and problems with my timer that caused loss of light for half of the evening, I managed 16 moths of 7 species yesterday. FFY were Common Plume, Dotted Border and Small Quaker, none of which were in the trap. Other were Common , Clouded Drab, Hebrew Character (6) and Early Grey (5).
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Wed 11th April 2018 17:00 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
Yesterday had 37 moths of 10 species and one FFY a Tawny Pinion . Last night despite the rain I trapped 157 moths of 11 species and 2 FFYs . The largest count was 127 Small Quaker and the FFYs were a Streamer and Fosted Green . Not sure when the heavy rain started but I hope the moths were sfae and sound berforehand ! April Frosted Green 2018
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Wed 11th April 2018 11:42 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
Loadsa rain, apparently (I didn't hear it !), although the forecast said "drizzle/mist".  So, not surprisingly, NOT loadsa moths - 16 Hebrew Characters, 6 Clouded Drabs, 2 Common Quakers, 1 March Moth, and a FFY Early Grey.  It's supposed to be Spring next week - I live in hope.
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Mon 9th April 2018 19:46 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
Last night moth trapping saw 83 moths of 11 species . Just 55 Small Quaker this time and one FFY a Dark Chestnut .
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Mon 9th April 2018 15:50 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
A couple of stragglers to add to Saturday night's catch - March Moth and Shoulder-stripe, bringing the total to 23 moths of 7 species. These figures are not untypical for this time of year here.
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Mon 9th April 2018 09:45 by John Bebbington
Langport, VC6, 8 April 2018
A surprisingly poor night - the usual Orthosia species plus one Tawny Pinion Lithophane semibrunnea. However 3 good beetles - a Black Sexton Beetle Nicrophorus humator, a female Dytiscus marginalis and a Silver Diving Beetle Hydrophilus piceus.
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Sun 8th April 2018 20:37 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise, Little Quantock Friday 6/04/2018 Min temp 8.1c
This was more like it. 92 moths of 22 species. Micro's produced ; Caloptilia stigmatella (1) ; Zellaria hepariella (1) ; Agonopterix ocellana (1) - all three FFG.  Also Agonopterix heracliana and White-shouldered House Moth.  Thanks go to Paul Wilkins for confirming the micro ID's.  Macro's were: Shoulder Stripe (1) ; Mottled Grey (4) ; Brindled Pug (3) ; Early Thorn (2) ; March Moth (19) ; Oak Beauty (6) ; Dotted Border (4) ; Early Grey (5) ; Chestnut (3) ; Dark Chestnut (1) ; Clouded Drab (5) ; Common Quaker (9) ; Small Quaker (5) ; Powdered Quaker (1) ; Hebrew Character (15) ; Twin-spotted Quaker (3) and Red Chestnut (1).
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Sun 8th April 2018 20:16 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe , Holford 6 th April
Better weather and time to do so , I used my moth trap for the first time in 2 wks . It produced 307 moths of 14 species . Small Quakers doing well again like last year at 227 moths . F F Y s were 6 Twin -spotted Quaker , 3 Early Grey , 3 Red Chestnut , Early Thorn , Early Tooth-striped and 5 in the Pug family . Other moths were 1 March Moth , 19 Common Quaker , 8 Clouded Drab , 24 Hebrew Character , 2 Oak Beauty , 6 Chestnut . I have also sent a photo to John for identification .
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Sun 8th April 2018 18:01 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
Finally, moths! I've been waiting to use my new 30W actinic kit. The cloud lifted but I still managed 21 moths of 5 species, namely Brown House-moth, Early Grey (3), Hebrew Character (13), Clouded Drab (2) and Common Quaker (2). All were FFY.
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Sun 8th April 2018 17:57 by Ian Mathieson
Norton sub Hamdon
73 macros of 13 species last night with 38 Common Quakers making up the bulk of the catch. Powdered Quaker, Angle Shades and Brindled Pug were firsts for the year with it being the first time I've ever recorded Brindled Pug before seeing a Double Striped.
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Sun 8th April 2018 10:18 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
7/4/18 - Given the milder weather, and only a small moon, I hoped for good things, but got a slightly disappointing total of 25 moths.  12 Hebrew Characters, 10 Clouded Drabs, plus 2 FFYs, Early Thorn and Shoulder Stripe, and a FFG Powdered Quaker.  Could have been worse!
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Sun 8th April 2018 09:18 by Nigel Voaden
Shipham 6th & 7th April
A rare visit to Somerset this weekend and trapped in my parents garden in Shipham the last two nights. Friday produced 20 moths of 10 species but nothing worth mentioning, last night was 21 moths of 10 species but included two NFM's! Never trapped before in Somerset at this time of year but was still pretty surprised and pleased! Totals are for the two nights combined. Emmelina monodactyla 1 Shoulder Stripe 1 NFY March Moth 3 Brindled Beauty 1 NFM Oak Beauty 1 Early Grey 3 Dotted Chestnut 1 NFM Satellite 1 Clouded Drab 2 Common Quaker 2 Small Quaker 1 Hebrew Character 18 Twin-spotted Quaker 4 Red Chestnut 1
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Sat 7th April 2018 18:41 by Nigel Cottle
Mompha divisella - Bishops Hull garden.
With reference to my 3rd April post. Paul has confirmed my Mompha sp. by dissection as M. divisella. I have now released a total of 11 (eleven) from my garage where, presumably, they spent the winter. I do have some Willowherb in the garden so this may have been the source - I'll be sure to check these for larval signs this season.

Mompha sp. 020418

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Sat 7th April 2018 09:10 by John Bebbington
Langport, 6 April 2018
A better night - 28 moths of 9 species. Double-striped Pug 1, Early Thorn 1, Hebrew Character 14, Clouded Drab 6, Common Quaker 2, Small Quaker 1, Powdered Quaker 1, Dotted Chestnut 1, Early Grey 1.
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Thu 5th April 2018 19:28 by Ian Mathieson
Norton sub Hamdon
Some tedious weather has made for some fairly tedious mothing with little in the way of variety. A Pale Pinion and another Red Sword Grass were welcome but I have only recorded half the number of species this year compared to last.
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Thu 5th April 2018 08:57 by Nigel Parsons
Berkley Marsh, Frome - 2nd & 3rd April
With the help of makeshift shelters I managed to get my Skinner trap set up for two consecutive nights this week and despite the wind and rain both proved to be successful. On 2/4/18 I 'trapped' 80 moths - well, not quite, as there were only 10 moths in the trap - the other 70 were scattered throughout surrounding short grass and on a house wall. A similar result on 3/4/18 with 35 moths in the trap from a total of 97. The vast majority were the usual Orthosia but overall there were 15 species, including Twin-spotted Quaker, March Moth, Chestnut, Grey Shoulder-knot, Streamer, Engrailed, Oak Beauty, Dotted Border, Shoulder-stripe, Early Grey and Emmelina monodactyla. Looking forward to some dry, calm and mild nights sometime soon, I hope!
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Wed 4th April 2018 14:08 by Paul Newman
Pylle,Shepton Mallet
Likewise here, a quiet night for moths, even with only a small amount of rain.  9 Hebrew Characters, 11 Clouded Drabs, and 1 Common Quaker, plus FFY singles Twin-spotted Quaker, Oak Beauty, Satellite and A.alstromeriana.
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Wed 4th April 2018 09:39 by Sue Davies
Tree House Butleigh
Your are doing much better out there, just 6 spp here 42 assorted Orthosias, 1 Early Grey and 1 Diurnea fagella.
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Wed 4th April 2018 09:33 by Nigel Cottle
Bishops Hull. Night of 2nd April.
T Min 10.3°C. 15 moths of seven species. Light Brown Apple Moth, Double-striped Pug, Oak Beauty, Early Grey, Clouded Drab, Common Quaker and Hebrew Character.
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Tue 3rd April 2018 22:12 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise, Little Quantock 02/04/2018 Min temp. 8.5c
Despite the rain and wind, the forecast of a mild night tempted me to trap, albeit with the trap tight up against the house and under a small balcony. 12 moths showed up, including FFY White-shouldered House Moth ; Early Grey (1) and Twin-spotted Quaker (5). 3 Oak Beauty were clinging to the pebble dash outside the trap.
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Tue 3rd April 2018 14:54 by Chris Iles
NCN 24 Colliers Way, 2 April 2018
Sustrans have kindly given me permission to record moths along the cycle path/former railway line between Frome and Radstock, and I ran a couple of traps there last night in the Mells Down/Newbury Firs area.  242 moths of 16 species, including some good numbers of moths that I usually find in ones and twos (Water Carpet, Satellite, Twin-spot Quaker) as well as Streamer, Shoulder Stripe and Brindled Pug.

Of particular note was this dark Shoulder Stripe. Shoulder Stripe dark form

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Tue 3rd April 2018 10:43 by Steve Chapple
Pen Elm
Having started to suffer withdrawal symptoms I fashioned a rain guard using the washing line to allow a trapping session last night. The result - 24 moths of 8 species with Clouded Drab (2) and Common Plume being the only new species for the year.
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Tue 3rd April 2018 07:29 by Nigel Cottle
Bishops Hull 2nd April
Today I found no fewer than nine Mompha sp. in my garage (at the window trying to get out). Either M. bradleyi or M. divisella I think. I've sent one to Paul for gen. det.

Mompha sp. 020418

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Mon 2nd April 2018 10:26 by John Bebbington
Back to the real world!
Langport, VC 6, 1 April Left the trap plugged in by accident last night and then didn't fancy going out in pouring rain to switch it off! Surprisingly 6 moths- Early Thorn 1, Oak Beauty 2, Hebrew Character 2, Common Quaker 1
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Sun 1st April 2018 21:09 by Paul Wilkins
Mohica tedinella
Excellent new record for Somerset me thinks!
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Sun 1st April 2018 11:09 by Sue Davies
Butleigh shed
Clearing out the shed yesterday in the rain, as you do. Ejected this chap from a box of old toys...Mohica tedinella? Teddy bear moth
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