Thursday, 21 March 2019

Warndon Garden mid-March

The night of the 18th was another milestone here, finally producing a Pale Pinion in the Robbo. It's only taken 15 years of trapping!
Pale Pinion
A very striking Hebrew Character with what looked like a bit of extra dark chocolate in the mid-wing mix.
Hebrew Character

A couple of Twin-spotted Quakers were surprisingly only the 5th and 6th ever here including this subtle sandy freckled individual.
Twin-spotted Quaker
Quite a few Diurnea flagella this week and another Grey Shoulder-knot along with better numbers of Small Quaker and 2 Early Thorns.

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