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Mon 31st May 2021 16:27 by Chris Iles
Cistus Forester at the Long Knoll, Maiden Bradley (just in VC6) this afternoon.

0164 Cistus Forester

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Mon 31st May 2021 15:23 by Steve Pilkington
Cocklake 31st May
Numbers slightly down on two days ago. The skies were clear so the temperature was 4-5 degrees lower than the previous night. 56 moths of 23 species with 10 being FFY : Puss moth, Waved umber, Common white wave, Dichrorampha acuminatana, Buff ermine, White ermine, Lychnis, Bright line brown eye, L-album wainscot (earliest record) and Vine's rustic.

Whilst the upturn in numbers is welcome my count for the year to the end of May is 71 species, last year I recorded 165.

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Sun 30th May 2021 22:02 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise Little Quantock 29/5/21 min temp 12.6c
THERE IS HOPE FOLKS !  119 moths of 52 species , including a couple of micros to be confirmed. One FFG in the shape of Seraphim and a further 23FFY : Phyllonorycter harrisella ; Tachystola acroxantha (2) ; Agonopterix arenella ; Syndemis musculana ; Cydia fagiglandana ; Udea olivaris ; Crambus lathoniellus ; Fox Moth ; Privet Hawk-moth ; Small Elephant Hawk-moth ; Maidens Blush ; Clay Triple-lines ; Garden Carpet ; Flame Carpet ; Scorched Wing ; Buff Ermine ; Orange Footman (2) ; Silver-Y ; Marbled White (2) ; Brown Rustic ; Clouded-bordered Brindle ; Lychnis.  A supporting cast of Poplar Hawk-moth (3) ; Great Prominent ; Treble Lines (29) and Pale-shouldered Brocade.  Well worth getting up at 0415.
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Sun 30th May 2021 16:38 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
Numbers still low; 15 moths of 11 species last night. FFY were Tachystola acroxantha, Bee Moth, Foxglove Pug, Alder Kitten and Buff Ermine. Earlier in the day I found a few Psychoides filicvora in the garden around their fern food plant.
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Sun 30th May 2021 14:00 by Maurice Pugh
CURRY RIVEL
Trapped until 23.30hrs 29.5.2021

23 moths of 14 species. NFY were Bee moth, Mocha, Cream-spot Tiger and Heart and Dart. Others included Common Marbled Carpet, Waved Umber, Pale Prominent, Pale Tussock, Marbled Minor and Treble Lines.

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Sun 30th May 2021 10:13 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
29/5/21 - an improvement, but still nothing like it should be at this time of year.  28 moths, 15 species, of which there were 4 FFYs, Pebble Prominent, Marbled Minor agg (3), Common Marbled Carpet (2) and Silver-ground Carpet.  Micros still conspicuous by their absence - I have had 5 this year to date, and 3 of those were D. daucella.  Last year was quite poor as well, but nothing like as bad as this.  No more May Bugs last night either - it seems am being shunned!
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Sat 29th May 2021 09:59 by Steve Pilkington
Cocklake 29th May
Much improved numbers - 61 moths 32 species, not unsurprisingly 24 FFYs. mostly ones and twos apart from Treble lines (12), Flame shouldder(5) and Broken barred carpet (3). FFY - Plutella porrectella, Light brown apple, Twenty plume, Eudonia angustea, Small china mark, Bee moth, Orange footman, Chinese character, Pebble hook tip, Mottled pug, Silver ground carpet, Early tooth stripe, Green carpet, Mocha, Riband wave, Willow beauty, Heart and dart, Setaceous hebrew character, Poplar grey, Miller, Marbled minor, Silver Y, Pale prominent.
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Sat 29th May 2021 09:41 by Benjamin Bond
Wellington 29/05/2021
Caught 38 moths of 21 species last night. Highlights: Green Carpet, Mocha, Grey Dagger, Broken-barred Carpet, Muslin Moth, Chamomile Shark (FFG), White-spotted Pug, Mottled Pug, and Nematopogon metaxella. Also, 19 Cockchafers!

Chamomile Shark W

Chamomile Shark

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Fri 28th May 2021 19:05 by Ian Mathieson
Norton sub Hamdon
An increase of sorts last night but still very disappointing. 9 firsts for the year macros finally took me over the 50 mark. The average date for getting to the half century in the last 18 years has been 3rd May. My previous latest was 18th May in 2003 when I didn't start trapping until the middle of March having only just moved here. My average date for reaching 100 macros is today!
At least there was some weight in the trap with the return of May Bugs. To continue Paul's Bard quotations, May Bugs don't come as single spies but in battalions. 17 of them last night!
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Fri 28th May 2021 18:01 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise Little Quantock 27/5/21 min temp. 11c
Again an improvement here, with 65 moths of 32 species. (In context however, last year on 26/05 brought 234 of 72 sp ) Eighteen FFY : Pseudargyrotoza conwagana ; Poplar Hawk-moth ; Lead Belle ; Silver-ground Carpet ; Spruce Carpet (2) ; Small Phoenix ; Green Carpet (4) ; Foxglove Pug (4) ; Common Pug (4) ; Yellow-barred Brindle ; Peppered Moth ; Waved Umber ; Puss Moth ; Pale Tussock (6) ; Cinnebar ; Knot Grass (2) ; Coronet and Shoulder-striped Wainscot (3).
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Fri 28th May 2021 17:11 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
A distinct improvement last night, considering recent numbers (or rather lack of). 17 moths of 13 species, of which 7 were FFY, Twenty Plume Moth, Silver-ground Carpet, Small Phoenix, Mottled Pug, Pale Tussock, Heart and Dart and Treble Lines (2). Micros seem to be quite scarce at present, though I did get Pyrausta aurata in the garden today.
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Fri 28th May 2021 12:00 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
27/5/21 - A notable uptick (as they say nowadays) in numbers - 6 singletons - wow !!!  Muslin Moth, Green Carpet, Spectacle, Cinnabar, FFY White-shouldered Housemoth and a UFO Noctuid to be confirmed.  Not only these, but two May Bugs and 3 Caddises.
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Wed 26th May 2021 08:44 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
25/5/21 - Woe, woe and thrice woe !! (in the words of the immoral Bard).  Just one lonely male Muslin Moth last night, right at the bottom of the trap - I was seriously thinking that I was going to achieve a lifetime first, a "Nil Return" during May, but it was not to be, at least this time.  Oh well, I will keep trying - a glutton for punishment and big electricity bills.

2.00 pm - I take back one of those "woes" - a FFY Chocolate Tip has surfaced in the porch.  Wonders will maybe not cease after all.

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Sun 23rd May 2021 21:02 by Nigel Parsons
Berkley Marsh, Frome - May - So far but not so good
What an appalling month for moths this has been. Hopefully, temperatures are due to rise next week so perhaps we will see an uptick in moth numbers and species. I have trapped on 5 occasions this month with low numbers and only a gradual increase in diversity. 2/5 - 11 moths / 4 species. 9/5 - 19 moths / 10 species, including 4 NFY - Muslin Moth 2, Great Prominent 1, Mullein 2 and also NFG Semioscopis steinkellneriana 1. 11/5 15moths / 6 species - 2 NFY - Brimstone Moth and Chocolate-tip. 14/5 - 18 moths / 11 species - 4 NFY - Bright-line Brown-eye, Green Carpet, Red Twin-spot Carpet, Brindled Pug 3. 17/5 - 12 moths / 6 species - 2 NFY - Buff-tip and Rustic Shoulder-knot. I'm still getting Mompha subbistrigella and epilobiella in sheds and also spotted a Pammene regiana in the garden on 19/5. It can only get better.
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Sun 23rd May 2021 17:14 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
Only 3 moths here last night . 2 Great Prominent and 1 Treble Lines ffy .
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Sun 23rd May 2021 08:56 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
22/5/21 - The direity?direousness?/direness? continues.  3 Muslin Moths, 2 Hebrew Characters and 1 White Ermine - and that's all folks!!  Cornflakes with the dew on them.
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Sat 22nd May 2021 07:32 by Sue Davies
Tree House Butleigh
Wind dropped, 9’, damp and cloudy, so hopefully put the MV trap out...a FFY Heart and Dart, Caddis flies galore and that was it! Where are the moths? This day last year I had 37spp.
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Thu 20th May 2021 12:48 by Steve Chapple
Pen Elm, Taunton
Just twenty moths of eleven species - two new for 2021 were Pale Tussock and Vine's Rustic. I found a tenanted larval case of Taleporia tubulosa attached to our road sign a few weeks ago that emerged yesterday.

Taleporia tubulosa larval case and adult
Taleporia tubulosa larval case and adult
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Thu 20th May 2021 10:18 by Nigel Cottle
KINGSTON ST. MARY
Night of 19/5.

I ran one trap in a Kingston St. Mary garden until 01:00h this morning.

33 moths of 17 species: Twenty-plume Moth, Chinese Character, Mocha, Green Carpet, Double-striped Pug, V-Pug, Foxglove Pug, Oak-tree Pug, Common Pug, Seraphim, Brimstone Moth, Waved Umber, Pebble Prominent, Swallow Prominent, Spectacle, Treble Lines and Least Black Arches.

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Thu 20th May 2021 10:03 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
19/5/21 - not a lot better here - 6 moths, of 5 species.  Muslin Moth (2), Flame Shoulder, Brimstone Moth, Depressaria daucella, and FFY Cinnabar.  All in the MV trap, nowt in the Actinic.  Another early breakfast.
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Thu 20th May 2021 09:52 by Mike Strange
19/05/2021 BoS
Wet and windy last night resulting in 3 moths of 3 species. 1 SS Dart. 1 Heart & Dart. 1 Flame Shoulder.
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Wed 19th May 2021 14:04 by Mike Strange
18/05/2021 BoS
Slightly better last night with 8 Moths 4 species. 5 Shuttle shaped Darts. 1 ffy Heart and Dart. 1 Light brown apple moth and 1 Common Quaker.
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Tue 18th May 2021 19:56 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise Little Quantock 17/05/21 min temp 7.7c
A familiar story - 12 moths of 9 species , 7 of which were different species to two nights previous. No micros in the trap but I did find a Bee Moth on the patio doors early in the evening. Four FFY in the traps : Scalloped Hazel ; Spectacle (2) ; Heart and Dart , and a Least Black Arches. The others were Streamer ; Muslin Moth (2) ;Treble Lines (2) ; Powdered Quaker and Red Chestnut.
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Tue 18th May 2021 10:27 by Mike Strange
17/05/2021 BoS
Another poor night with just 4 Shuttle shaped Darts.
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Tue 18th May 2021 09:20 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
17/5/21 - Yet another meagre score last night, but at least there was a reasonable amount of variety.  Just 14 moths, but 9 species, including 4 FFYs - Pale Tussock (3), Poplar Hawk, Green Carpet and Spectacle.  The Tussocks were all males, one on the outside of the trap, looking a bit too obvious to be safe - no idea of being camouflaged it seems.
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Tue 18th May 2021 08:29 by John Day
Yeovil, 17th May 2021
Moth trap results very poor. However, finding five garden Tiger caterpillars in the outer leaves of a mature cabbage plabt in my allotment polytunnel plot was good compensation. (Such a good find - thay are welcome to the cabbage!)
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Mon 17th May 2021 19:23 by Paul Chapman
GORDANO VALLEY NNR - 14.5.2021
A trip out again with Dave Nevitt, Bob Fleetwood & Richard Andrews yielded 59 species from approximately 200 moths with the highlights Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet, Broken-barred Carpet, Little Thorn (5), Grey Birch (2), Puss Moth, Lunar Marbled Brown, Chocolate-tip, Herald, Orange Foootman (3), Least Black Arches (6) & Oak Nycteoline (3). Little Thorn
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Mon 17th May 2021 17:06 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
Unwisely I took last night's local forecast of cloud at face value and, of course, ended up with a clear, coolish night! Only four moths of four species, but two, Green Carpet and Common Pug were FFY. This month's three sessions so far have brought totals of 5, 5 and 4!
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Sun 16th May 2021 16:12 by Steve Pilkington
Cocklake 16th May
Equally dismal here. 7 moths FFY were Pale Tussock and Scalloped Hazel. The latter was my second only record, the first being last year. My numbers are as poor as Tim's and the impact on species diversity is equally dramatic. By May 16th last year I recorded 93 species, this year 35.
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Sun 16th May 2021 15:24 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise Little Quantock 15/5/21 min temp 8.1c
Another poor total catch between the two traps. 17 moths of 12 species of which the star was a FFG very smart Mullein. FFY were : Pebble Prominent ; Lesser Swallow Prominent (3) and White Ermine.  My average catch size between 15/04 and 15/05 has been 29 moths compared with 116 per trapping over the same period last year. What a difference a spot of weather makes !
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Sun 16th May 2021 10:12 by Chris Iles
We're starting to get a few more moths this weekend, but this year's moths don't seem to be reading their camouflage handbooks.  Yesterday a Pale Tussock resting centrally on a window pane, today a Waved Umber ignoring the abundant wooden panels around the place and settling on a white wall.

Pale Tussock

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Sat 15th May 2021 09:24 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
Addendum to 13/5 - two escapees in the porch overnight, a Muslin Moth and a FFY Chinese Character.
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Sat 15th May 2021 08:41 by Maurice Pugh
Curry Rivel 14.5.2021
Trapped until 2330hrs.

11 moths of 9 species.  NFY were Barred Hook-tip, Green Carpet, Common Pug and Poplar Hawkmoth

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Fri 14th May 2021 17:38 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
2 Hebrew Character , 1 Least Black Arches ffy and maybe ffg and 1 Poplar Hawkmoth here . It feels milder here today so I am ever hopeful .
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Fri 14th May 2021 13:22 by Ian Mathieson
Norton sub Hamdon
Slight improvement last night but still a long way to go. Pale Tussock, Treble Lines, Large Yellow Underwing and Silver Y were firsts for the year. Two Dark Sword Grass joined the Silver Y for encouraging signs of migration.
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Fri 14th May 2021 11:09 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
13/5/21 - still getting poor numbers - just 16 moths last night, of 8 species, including FFYs Common Pug and Silver Y (4).  3 Small Caddises and an Ichneumon Wasp, plus a green Clearwing FFY.
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Wed 12th May 2021 19:35 by Steve Pilkington
Cocklake 12 April
My expectations were not very high and I was not disappointed! 5 moths 5 species. Warmer night mostly cloudy here and no rain.
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Wed 12th May 2021 13:27 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
11/5/21 - with a new moon and not too much in the way of a breeze, it was disappointing to get only 13 moths, of 7 species.  However, there were two FFYs, a Least Black Arches and a very early Coronet. 

There were also 2 Caddises, an Ichneumon Wasp, and an early Cranefly (lengthwise wing resting posture, rather than the usual cruciform sort - I'm not a Dipterist, as is apparent !!)

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Wed 12th May 2021 07:57 by Nigel Voaden
11/05/2021 Thurlbear & Muchelney
A wet afternoon looking for odds and ends at these two sites, only five species encountered and all were NFM's, the definition of efficiency perhaps? Several tenanted mines of Paracrania chrysolepidella on Hazel, two active cases of Coleophora conyzae on Ploughman's Spikenard, two adults of Coleophora lutarea resting on flowers of Greater Stitchwort and feeding signs and frass of Oidaematophorus lithodactyla also on Ploughman's Spikenard at Thurlbear. Three tenanted mines of Celypha woodiana at Thurlbear.
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Tue 11th May 2021 17:18 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
5 moths of 5 species last night. FFY was Garden Carpet. Hardly worth the effort!
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Mon 10th May 2021 20:52 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
The other side of The Quantocks from Tim , I had just one moth ! A White Ermine ffy,.
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Mon 10th May 2021 18:08 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise Little Quantock 9/5/21 min temp 9.1c
A rather feeble total of 19 moths of 14 species.  No rain here and the temp. held up so it must have been the breeze.  I had been hoping for closer to 100. All was not lost however , I did manage 6 FFY : Common Marbled Carpet ; Brimstone Moth ; Treble Lines ; Pale-shouldered Brocade ; Shuttle-shaped Dart and Bright-line Brown-eye.  A couple of V-pugs and a Frosted Green were the only others of interest.
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Mon 10th May 2021 12:30 by Steve Chapple
Pen Elm, Taunton
An eclectic array of 15 moths of 12 species. First sightings for 2021 was a Small Phoenix (my previous earliest was a second brood in July 2016), Common Pug, Flame Shoulder (3), Pine Beauty, Green Carpet, Garden Carpet, Treble Lines, Twenty-plume Moth, along with Cinnabar, Brimstone (2), Muslin Moth and my latest recorded Early Grey from the ‘old guard’.
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Mon 10th May 2021 11:37 by Maurice Pugh
Curry Rivel 9.5.2021
Trapped until 2330hrs

8 moths of 6 species. NFY were Purple Thorn and Treble Lines. Others were Light Brown Apple Moth (2), Waved Umber (2), Shuttle-shaped Dart and Small Quaker.

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Mon 10th May 2021 11:34 by Mike Strange
09/05/2021 BoS
4 Moths 1 of which escaped before i could I.D. it. 1 Hebrew Character. 1 Shuttle Shaped dart and 1 Brimstone.
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Mon 10th May 2021 10:46 by Steve Pilkington
Cocklake 10th May
It rained here last night so I was greeted with a soggy trap. Just 19 moths. 5 of which are yet to be identified micros. FFG was Mullein and FFY were Eyed hawkmoth, which is a month earlier than previously, Pebble prominent and Brimstone.
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Mon 10th May 2021 10:25 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
9/5/21 - Well, that's a bit better (not a lot, but still....) 18 moths, of 11 species, including 6 FFYs - Flame Shoulder (2), Waved Umber, Brimstone Moth, Common Carpet, White Ermine and my second micro of the year, Depressaria daucella.  Also three Caddises (two FFY very small) and an Ichneumon Wasp.
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Sat 8th May 2021 13:42 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise Little Quantock
An Espheria sulphurella clinging to the window this morning - FFY.  Sunday night is looking a little more hopeful for trapping. We shall see.
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Fri 7th May 2021 11:36 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
Wonders will never cease - I have just found a Pale Pinion (FFY) in my porch - it's possibly a leftover from the trapping of 4/5, but I suspect more likely it came in when the front door was open last evening to let the dogs out.  Who knows?

P.S.  A VERY dead Large Yellow Underwing fell out of a windowsill pot plant when I was removing some dead leaves earlier.  I doubt if this constitutes a "record", but it brightened up my afternoon !  (Sad, when one needs this for entertainment - "clutching at straws" comes to mind).

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Thu 6th May 2021 13:56 by Chris Iles
Just to note that the website maps have now been updated with most of the 2020 records (and a very few of 2021's).
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Thu 6th May 2021 10:12 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
I found yet another Hebrew Character in my porch last night - wow !!  FOUR in one night !!  Such excitement
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Wed 5th May 2021 11:48 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
One moth again last night , a Coxcomb Prominent ffy .
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Wed 5th May 2021 10:23 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
4/5/21 - awfuller and awfuller, so it goes.  Just 3 Hebrew Characters last night.  Sad, innit?
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Tue 4th May 2021 12:36 by Pam Campbell
Hodderscombe Lodge garden
Having trapped just 25 moths in total in the previous 7 nights , last night produced just one moth again . However , much to my surprise it was a Poplar Hawkmoth ffy .
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Mon 3rd May 2021 18:06 by Rob Grimmond
Combe St. Nicholas, South Somerset
Overnight cloud forecast didn't quite materialize so the night ended up cold and clear here. Total catch was 5 moths of 4 species but there was an FFY in the form of an Oak-tree Pug.  I also found an FFY Streamer in the front porch this morning. I would normally be expecting double figures at this time of the year
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Mon 3rd May 2021 15:47 by Steve Chapple
Pen Elm, Taunton
Just four moths for me too. My average count on (or around) this date over the last six years is 40. I did find a Cinnabar Moth in the garden yesterday, eight days earlier than my previous record.
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Mon 3rd May 2021 15:22 by Tim Howard
Kestrels Rise, Little Quantock 02/05/21 min temp 5.9c
24 of 14 species. I did manage a couple of FFY : Great Prominent and Buff-tip, the Buff-tip being a full week earlier than my previous early date. The rest comprised of : Red Twin-spot Carpet ; Streamer (2) ; Brindled Pug (2) ; Muslin Moth (3) ; Clouded Drab (3) ; Common Quaker (2) ; Hebrew Character (8) and Red Chestnut.  Total species for the year so far is 51 compared with 81 this time last year and the long term weather forecast for the rest of May is not much better than we've been having. Ho hum.
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Mon 3rd May 2021 10:43 by Ian Mathieson
Norton sub Hamdon
4 moths in the traps this morning was the lowest number I have ever recorded in May.
When things are as bad as this I often look up past records which can often show that things aren't as bad historically as you believe. Unfortunately this time they are as bad as anything I've had here in the last 20 years. The total number of moths caught in April was my lowest ever number with an average catch of just over 11 per trapping. In 2011 it averaged 44. The only upside was that the second worse April was in 2005 which turned into a bumper summer of moths. Here's hoping!
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Sun 2nd May 2021 09:06 by Paul Newman
Pylle, Shepton Mallet
1/5/21 - And again, only a few moths, nothing new.  3 Hebrew Characters, 2 Common Quakers, and one each Clouded Drab and Powdered Quaker.  Ealy toast again this morning.  Oh for some warmer nights.
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Sat 1st May 2021 13:35 by Mike Strange
30/04/2021 BoS
Just four of 3 species last night. 1 Hebrew Character, 2 Early Grey and 1 FFY Flame Shoulder.
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