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From the Clifftop

Despite the apparently suitable weather, moth trapping in our Fairlight  garden has been hard work, especially as July should be the best month. Daily species totals have been low, and the year total has steadily fallen below what it was on the same day last year, to over 60 species fewer-rather shocking !

However,it's always nice to get the first Jersey Tiger-found in the garden during the day, not trapped, yesterday.

A very warm night last night was predicted to bring in migrant moths, but the only possible candidate in my trap this morning was a European Corn Borer

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