Monday, 13 July 2020

Hemp-agrimony Conch and Brown-barred Twist

Hemp-agrimony Conch, Cochylidia rupicola
I made visits to Rewell Wood on 10th and 11th July. There were plenty of butterflies: Meadow Browns, Gatekeepers, Ringlets, Common Blues, Whites, Skippers, Red Admirals, Commas, Silver-washed Fritillaries and lots of Peacocks. Moths:  Mint Moths, Common Nettle-tap larva, Golden Argent, Alder Moth larva, Black-tipped Ermine, Brown-barred Twist, Common Yellow Conch, Common Marbles and Hemp-agrimony Conch.
 On 9th I found an Edward II farthing while metal detecting in Wiltshire.
dig site

Edward II farthing, London Mint (CIVITAS LONDON)

Alder Moth larva, Acronicta alni

Black-tipped Ermine, Yponomeuta plumbella 

Brown-barred Twist, Epagoge grotiana 

Buddleia and Peacocks

Candy Stripe Spider, Enoplognatha ovata 

Comma, Polygonia c-album

Common Blue, Polyommatus icarus

Common Nettle-tap larva in web formed in nettle leaf bent over, Anthophila fabriciana 

dead beetle, Dromius quadrimaculatus 

Enchanter's-nightshade, Circaea lutetiana

Gatekeeper, Pyronia tithonus 

Golden Argent, Argyresthia goedartella 

Hemp-agrimony Conch, Cochylidia rupicola

Hemp-agrimony Conch, Cochylidia rupicola

MallowS, Malva sylvestris 

Marsh ThistleS, Cirsium palustre (3M tall)
Meadow Brown male, Maniola jurtina

Mint Moth, Pyrausta aurata 

Peacock, Inachis io

Red Admiral, Vanessa atalanta

Red Soldier beetle, Rhagonycha fulva

Silver-washed Fritillary male, Argynnis paphia 

Silver-washed Fritillary female, Argynnis paphia 

St. John's Wort, Hypericum androsaemum 

Weevil, Cionus hortulanus playing possum

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