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duckinwales

Posted on 06/01/2014


Photo taken on June  1, 2014


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Abraxas grossulariata
[1884]
The Magpie


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[1884] The Magpie (Abraxas grossulariata)

[1884] The Magpie (Abraxas grossulariata)
Possibly a result of the very warm weather we have been having, but this Magpie (Abraxas grossulariata) seems very early, they normally appear in July.

Ian Kirk has particularly liked this photo


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duckinwales
duckinwales
May's list of moths:

Angle Shades
Bee Moth
Blood-vein
Bright-line Brown-eye
Brimstone Moth
Brindled Pug
Broken-barred Carpet
Brown House Moth
Carnation Tortrix
Cinnabar
Clouded-bordered Brindle
Common Marbled Carpet
Common Pug
Dark/Grey Dagger agg.
Garden Carpet
Green Pug
Heart and Dart
Hebrew Character
Light Brown Apple Moth
Lime Hawk-moth
Magpie Moth
Marbled Minor
Mottled Pug
Pale Tussock
Pug sp.
Rustic Shoulder-knot
Scalloped Hazel
Shuttle-shaped Dart
Silver-ground Carpet
Small China-mark
Small Clouded Brindle
Small Quaker
Spruce Carpet
Twenty-plume Moth
Waved Umber
4 years ago.
GoSloMo
GoSloMo
Lovely 'Magpie'. As for the list - I may get one or two, if I'm lucky.
4 years ago.