28.8.15.

Friday

Need to ID this moth at the Wardens Office…

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Amazed lately how many Speckled Bush Crickets like the Wardens Office wall. There were 6 today…

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Also on the Wardens wall was a Yellow Shell, and a second generation Green Carpet….

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Out on the main Common, there was this warming up female Southern Hawker. They hardly move early morning…

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Unidentified Micro Moth….

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A really worn Purple Hairstreak, don’t think these will be around for much longer….

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Two types of different Galls side by side on Oak Tree…

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Speckled Wood…

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Common Blue…

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Common Darter on Bramble…

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Shieldbug on Bracken…

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Tried ages to photograph low flying Swallows over the Common today. Still not happy with the results, but low down they are so fast….

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Juvenile Pied Wagtail…

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Loved the look of this Gorse with the Cobwebs all covered in dew…

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2 thoughts on “28.8.15.

  1. gary says:

    my best matches for the moth are small clouded brindle and deep brown dart but the flight seasons aren’t quite right – northern race of dbd is better though?

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    • Hi Gary. When I looked at my book and app last night, the thing that looked the closest for me was Flounced Rustic. I also posted it on iSpot. When I looked today, it was identified as a Flounced Rustic. Been Googling and I’m happy with ID. But thanks for your help Gary. Please keep them coming. The Micro Moth also got identified. That was a Dark-triangle Button. Which made it two new moths for my list that day. Going to use Moth Trap again tonight.

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