Tuesday, 9 June 2015

This and that

Alabonia geofrella
An hour at Hurcott yesterday, spent in the wet woodland, SSSI part of the reserve, produced little but Silver-ground Carpet and Nettle-tap. It was only when I left the special habitat and entered the 'boring' oak woodland that my first sweep of the net captured a nice consolation in the form of Alabonia geofrella.









Grass Rivulet
Despite the cold nights Grass Rivulet was a new moth for the garden here in Halesowen last Saturday.

Patrick Clement

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