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8:41AM

rye harbour moths

A mixed morning, with perhaps less species than I would have expected, but some good records, including starry pearl, crescent striped and sulphur pearl. Migrants included bordered straw, and the best of the bunch and possibly the best moth this year so far, a ni moth (see here). There have only ever been five records of this migrant moth at Rye Harbour with four of those in 1996 and the last one in 2002, so a good find and another species which I have not come across before.

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Good spot Chris, I'd probably have overlooked that as yet another silver Y

August 2, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterAlan Kenworthy

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