Monday, 4 June 2018

Pearl-bordered Fritillary and moths

Pearl-bordered Fritillary, Boloria euphrosyne
On May 17 I visited local 3 sites and found 9  micro moths. At Climping I found a Sulphur Tubic (Esperia sulphurella).
At Worms Wood Common Nettle-taps (Anthophila fabriciana) on the nettles plus a Red Admiral and several Orange-tips flying along a track.
At Rewell Wood late afternoon I saw 3 Pearl-bordered Fritillaries, a Dark Strawberry Tortrix (Celypha lacunana), a Common Sweep larval case (Psyche casta) and a Brassy Twist (Eulia ministrana). I also found 4 unidentified micro moths.
Common Banded Hoverfly, Syrphus ribesii

Common Nettle-tap, Anthophila fabriciana

Garlic Mustard, Alliaria petiolata

Herb Robert, Geranium robertianum

Red Campion, Silene dioica

Sulphur Tubic, Esperia sulphurella

Tree Mallow, Lavatera arborea
Worms Wood:
Dock Bug, Coreus marginatus

Red Admiral, Vanessa atalanta

Yellow Pimpernel, Lysimachia nemorum
Rewell Wood:
Brassy Twist, Eulia ministrana

Common Sweep larval case, Psyche casta

Dark Strawberry Tortrix, Celypha lacunana
Soldier Beetle, Cantharis nigra

Hairy Shieldbug, Dolycoris baccarum

unidentified micro moth

unidentified micro moth

unidentified micro moth

Roe Deer, Capreolus capreolus

weevil, Polydrusus tereticollis

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