Thursday 17 July 2014

17 July 2014 - St Margaret's at Cliffe, Kent

Having kindly been granted permission to moth trap in South Foreland Vallay (our regular birding ringing site), John and I ventured out for some noctural investigations.

Although the wind conditions weren't great it was, as ever, exciting to be at a new site - and at one within sight of France... The Four-spotted Footman was a treat - huge great beasts! The (presumed) Bisigna procerella looks to be a nice find for a first trip to a site.

Four-spotted Footman - female
Bisigna procerella
Reddish Light Arches
Small Dotted Buff
Rosy Minor
White-line Dart
Small Purple-barred
Ear Moth agg.
Wormwood Pug
Pug 1
Green Pug
Green Pug
Green Pug poss
Morophaga choragella

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