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6:43AM

From the Clifftop

All quiet on the clifftop at present !. Small numbers of the usual suspects at sea-Gannets, Scoters, Kittiwakes and Red -throated Divers [gradually increasing]. The moth trap remains empty- just a bit too cold, but I have managed to add one species to the garden list, Stigmella aurella, by finding the larval leaf mine.

This is probably the easiest leaf mine to find [on Bramble], and can be seen anywhere bramble grows in quantity. See http://ukmoths.org.uk/species/stigmella-aurella/leafmine/  for the adult moth.

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