Tuesday 3 November 2020

Red-line Quaker, a Large Wainscot and a Bell Pepper plant

Red-line Quaker, Agrochola lota
I had 2 new moths last night, a Red-line Quaker and a Large Wainscot plus another Merveille du Jour. We've had a new arrival in our cactus planter recently. The cacti have been poorly for a long time and we were planning to plant something else when a month or so back a new shoot appeared. We let it grow and watered it well. It has turned into a magnificent bell pepper plant with many peppers growing. We aren't sure where it came from, a chilli pepper plant was growing  on the same table and we use bell peppers but quite how this one seeded is a mystery. We're looking forward to harvesting our first pepper.
Large Wainscot, Rhizedra lutosa

Large Yellow Underwing, Noctua pronuba

Merveille du Jour, Griposia aprilina

Silver Y, Autographa gamma

Silver Y, Autographa gamma

Bell Pepper, Capsicum annuum

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