Tuesday, 21 August 2012


Three nfy in my garden last night were dingy footman (grey form), orange swift and a probable but worn white-line dart (you can just about make out some of the 6 arrow heads at the base of the wing. The small dark specimen trapped at R&R's garden in Colwyn Bay was in fact a caddis (confirmed by Liverpool Museum) while at the same trapping session the Pammeme aurita has been confirmed by CR Bryan Formstone as a first for Denbighshire (VC50).

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