Friday, 19 July 2013

Brassed off - just like buses!

Some nice mothage again last nice. Amazingly a second Coronet; a much darker individual than yesterday and a bit more of an i.d. puzzler. A superb Burnished Brass was the impressive moth amongst the commoner individuals. Scallpoed Oak, Common Rustic, 2 Brown-line Bright-eye, a Gothic, a Poplar Hawk, Foxglove Pug and a Common or Common White Wave which escaped as I tried to pot it!
Micros included Small Magpie, Marbled Orchard Tortix and several light brwon apple moths amongst the commener catches.

 Look at those superb golden / brass colours - shining in the sunshine
 Equally impressive is the hair cut of this cracking Burnished Brass
 Just like buses - a moth tick yesterday and another turns up today - a darker specimen of a Coronet
 Common Rustic
 The Flame
 Foxglove Pug
 Scalloped Oak
 Marbled Orchard Tortix
Small Magpie

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