Tuesday, 14 June 2016

13 June 2016 - Thornden Wood

Spent a few hours north of Canterbury sampling the moff delights of the local environs. Several Diamond-backs, a Silver Y and this European Corn-borer were welcome catches, the waves, carpets and pugs though added extra entertainment...



European Corn-borer
Haworths/Lead-coloured Pug...
Broken-barred Carpet
Cream Wave
Speckled Yellow
Clouded Brindle
Clay Triple-lines
Birch Mocha
Seraphim
Common Swift
Little Emerald
Small White Wave
Dwarf Pug
Grey Pug
Grey Pug
Anyclis unculana (rather than badiana??)
Ancylis unculana
Crambus lathoniellus
Ancylis mitterbacheriana
Ancylis laetana

3 comments:

Bennyboymothman said...

2nd and 3rd Pug, Grey for me.
Ancylis badiana, laetana and mitterbachiana for the torts.

Micro 2. Crambus lathoniellus.

Cheers
Ben

The Bald Birder said...

Thanks Ben - really appreciated. Looking closely at Manley and Sterling/Parsons, I think I'm opting for unculana rather than badiana - but would be genuinely happy to be told why I'm (as usually) wrong). best wishes, Ross

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