Passenger, caught 23/9/2006 (National moth night).

Mothing at St Margaret's

Most of the Moth lists and Photographs are from my garden (TR359450) in the village of St Margaret's at Cliffe in Kent. It is situated about 1Km from the sea and has farmland with in 100 metres. The garden is well shrubbed and about 1600 sq metres. I normally run a 125 MV lamp and a 15W actinic light over-night and once the season gets going a couple of other traps. At the moment both are 25W black Lamps. previously I used a 160W blended lamp in one of them. All traps are home made. Trapping dates refer to the date the trap was put out.
I try and identify all the Macro Moths, with the micros I am not at all systematic, I do more than I used to with the help of the new book, but there are some that do get through.


Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Tortix to ID.

About 8 to 8.5 mm wing length. Is this an early 1150 Epinotia abbreviana ? It seems the answer is NO, it is Lathronympha strigana, thanks to Mark Skevington for the ID.

Lathronympha strigana

Lathronympha strigana

2 comments:

  1. Lathronympha strigana I think Tony.

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  2. Thanks Mark (Skev) that looks better, I have recorded in the garden before, but only in 2004.I haven't looked hard at micros since, so this year should be better.

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