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Clifftop Moths

There has not been a lot to say about moths for some time-an apparently endless series of clear cold nights limited catches to just a few common , hardy species. However it clouded over  last night and was obviously warmer when I went out to check the trap first thing. Much better, with 12 species including March Moth, Brindled Beauty, Lunar Marbled Brown, and 2 Frosted Greens [pictured], a species I've only caught once before-five years ago to the day in Hastings Country Park NR .

 House list now 300+ species since late May last year...

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