The well sized green spider called Micrommata virescens (thanks to Martin Albertini for the id) was busy along with the wood ants in chasing the moths around the sheet.
Back home I ran one Robinson and managed 195 macro-moths of 57 species with far fewer micros to look over than Haugh. A solitary Silver Y was the token migrant. Bromyard Downs keep intercepting my Striped Hawk-moth. Again nothing unusual in the trap with Heart & Dart topping the count with 27. 2 pristine Green Arches turned up, the image doesn't to justice and was my fault for photographing it in the sunshine in the greenhouse. Now if only todays thunderstorms miss us...Peter Hall
|Haugh Wood: Micrommata virescens|
|Bringsty Common: Small Angle Shades|
|Bringsty Common: Green Arches|