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My Blog's aim is to promote and encourage others to participate in the wonderful hobby that is Moth-trapping.
So why do we do it? well for some people it is to get an insight into the world of Moths, for others it is to build a list of species much like 'Twitching' in the Bird world.
The reason I do it....you never know what you might find when you open up that trap!
I hope to show what different species inhabit our Country by getting people aware of what is out there.
On this Blog you will find up-to-date records and pictures.
I run a trap regularly in my garden in Hertfordshire and enjoy doing field trips to various localities within Hertfordshire and Essex

Please also check out the links in the sidebar to the right for other people's Blogs and informative Websites.

Thanks for looking & happy Mothing!

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NFY = New Species For The Year
NFG = New Species For The Garden
NEW! = New Species For My Records

Any Species highlighted in RED signifies a totally new species for my records.

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Contact Email : bensale@rocketmail.com

Friday, 26 June 2009

Thorndon Park (Essex) - Wednesday 24th June 2009 [PART 2]

Conobathra repandana








Phycita roborella









Ringed China-mark Parapoynx stratiotata








Eucosma cana









Epinotia demarniana









Lozotaeniodes formosanus









Variegated Golden Tortrix Archips xylosteana










Well here is part two of the field trip on Wednesday, this covers all the micro's that I recorded.
Highlight was a Nationally Scarce Tortricidae Epinotia demarniana.


Variegated Golden Tortrix Archips xylosteana (Abundant)
Lozotaeniodes formosanus
Epinotia demarniana
Eucosma cana
Ringed China-mark Parapoynx stratiotata
Phycita roborella
Conobathra repandana
Agapeta hamana
Chequered Fruit-tree Tortrix Pandemis corylana (Common)
Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix Pandemis heparana
Large Fruit-tree Tortrix Archips podana
Carnation Tortrix Cacoecimorpha pronubana
Cyclamen Tortrix Clepsis spectrana
Lozotaenia forsterana

Aleimma loeflingiana
(Common)
Green Oak Tortrix Tortrix viridana (Abundant)
Celypha lacunana
(Common)
Epinotia bilunana

Crambus pascuella (Common)
Crambus lathoniellus
Dipleurina lacustrata
(Common)
Udea olivalis
Emmelina monodactyla
White Plume Moth Pterophorus pentadactyla

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