Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Pale Tussock ovae

Pale Tussock ovae.

          The garden trap attracted a female Pale Tussock a couple of nights ago resulting in a batch of 23 eggs being laid. I have never seen the larvae, some forms of which are very attractive, others less so. I'm not sure if all the larvae from one batch of eggs will have the same form or whether they will they vary. Does anyone know?

Patrick Clement

1 comment:

  1. I had a female come to the garden moth trap last night, I could've kept it for eggs had I known.


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