On Thursday night I ran the trap again and continued the catch up with 5 new species for the year.
It is finally nice to see a bit of variety turning up...nothing rare but moths any moths was all I needed to see having missed out on so much lately.
Best moth of note was a different form of Oak Nycteoline, my second of this species for the year.
The weather has turned a little unsettled with rain showers and highs of 18 degrees but continuing to stay mild and cloudy for the evenings which are better for moths.
Catch Report - 19/05/16 - Back Garden - Stevenage - 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap
1x Pale Tussock [NFY]
1x Common Pug [NFY]
1x Flame Shoulder [NFY]
1x Lesser Swallow Prominent [NFY]
1x Cabbage Moth [NFY]
1x Garden Carpet
1x Oak Nycteoline
1x Waved Umber
3x Shuttle shaped Dart
1x Common Swift
1x Brimstone Moth
2x Epiphyas postvittana
|Lesser Swallow Prominent|