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From the Clifftop

Still not much bird news ! The moth trap has performed well again with an unusual tortrix a few days ago, very lively and difficult to photograph, but my eventual identification of it as Phalonidia curvistrigana was confirmed by Colin Pratt and John Langmaid- the first in Sussex since 1983. Another tiny clifftop specialist.

Also of interest were 9 White-Points, a Delicate and an increase in Large Yellow Underwings yesterday-all immigrants.

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