Thursday, 8 September 2016

Vapourer larva and a Barred Marble

Vapourer larva, Orgyia antiqua, on oak
On September 5th I visited Worms Wood and found a small Copper, a Vapourer larva and various butterflies and moths. There were moths near my outside lights: Barred Marble (a new one for me), Double-striped Pug, Willow Beauty, Elbow-stripe Grass-veneer. The latter is the commonest moth I have found in the past few weeks.
possibly hemiptera (bug) eggs on a field maple lea
see above
Common Nettle-tap, Anthophila fabriciana
Fleabane, Pulicaria dysenterica
Green-veined White, Pieris napi
Harlequin Ladybird pupa case, Harmonia axyridis
Marsh Grey, Eudonia pallida
tiny unidentified larva
Rusty Dot Pearl, Udea ferrugalis
worn moth, possibly a Rusty Dot Pearl
Oak Marble Gall Wasp, Andricus kollari
powdery mildew on oak leaf
Rush Veneer, Nomophila noctuella
Small Copper, Lycaena phlaeas
Small White, Pieris rapae
Stigmella species leaf mine
Vapourer larva, Orgyia antiqua
Moths round outside lights:
Barred Marble, Celypha striana
Common Green Lacewing, Chrysoperla carnea
Double-striped Pug, Gymnoscelis rufifasciata
Elbow-stripe Grass-veneer, Agriphila geniculea
the Elbow-stripe Grass-veneer flew into the arms of a Missing Sector Spider, Zygiella x-notata
Willow Beauty, Peribatodes rhomboidaria

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