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From the Clifftop

Good to see posts appearing on RX again !

It seems to me at the moment that insects are the new birds, just can't find any unusual birds to report on, but Ive had a run of good moths lately during the warm weather. Last nighr resulted in over 50 species in my Fairlight moth trap, including this scarce migrant, a Small Marbled, easily mistaken for a micro-moth [I potted it thinking it was an interesting tortrix], Obscure Wainscot and Boxworm Moth, both second garden records. Recently I have caught a Northern Rustic-my sixth here since the first ten years ago, and a Sand Dart which had presumably wandered from the dunes at Camber.


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