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Clifftop Moths

Moth trapping in winter is hard work, lots of electricity consumed during the long nights for little result. Still, I've given it a go occasionally and have caught a very modest five species so far this year, four of these today .

These were March Moth [pictured], Common Quaker, Dotted Border and The Chestnut; yesterday an Early Grey. It's a pity the warm temperatures we are all enjoying the moment quickly dissipate at night.

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