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Thu 28th September 2006 11:41 by David Evans
My Apologies to al but these are the results of National Moth Night and our Meeting at Orchard Wood. Four others turned up to join Mike and I and my thanks to Martin, Judy, Stewart and Alistair.
Very slow night but very few hornets the record for this site is about 260 in one night BRRR. Mike Packed up his trap at 10 pm due to the impending electric storm. I escorted all off site then returned to empty the three other traps leaving my light above the sheet going. Well I did epty two traps before it hit. wet through to the skin in 60 seconds but battled on to wind up the 600 meteres of cable and retrieve a very wet sheet and copy of Skinners. However it was National Moth Night. Thanks to all

  • 460 Ypsolopha parenthesella 3
  • 462 Ypsolopha sequella 1
  • 1062 Acleris emargana 2
  • 1398 Nomophila noctuella Rush Veneer 5
  • 1408 Palpita unionalis 1
  • 1760 Chloroclysta siterata Red-green Carpet 2
  • 1762 Chloroclysta citrata Dark Marbled Carpet 2
  • 1764 Chloroclysta truncata Common Marbled Carpet 11
  • 1767 Thera firmata Pine Carpet 2
  • 1768 Thera obeliscata Grey Pine Carpet 1
  • 1906 Opisthograptis luteolata Brimstone Moth 1
  • 1914 Ennomos fuscantaria Dusky Thorn 5
  • 2107 Noctua pronuba Large Yellow Underwing 3
  • 2109 Noctua comes Lesser Yellow Underwing 4
  • 2110 Noctua fimbriata Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing 1
  • 2126 Xestia c-nigrum Setaceous Hebrew Character 12
  • 2134 Xestia xanthographa Square-spot Rustic 1
  • 2199 Mythimna pallens Common Wainscot 1
  • 2232 Aporophyla nigra Black Rustic 1
  • 2248 Dryobotodes eremita Brindled Green 3
  • 2269 Atethmia centrago Centre-barred Sallow 3
  • 2270 Omphaloscelis lunosa Lunar Underwing 18
  • 2271 Xanthia citrago Orange Sallow 7
  • 2272 Xanthia aurago Barred Sallow 3
  • 2273 Xanthia togata Pink-barred Sallow 1
  • 2375 Rhizedra lutosa Large Wainscot 1
  • 2477 Hypena proboscidalis Snout 11
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