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Moth Photos From Wells & Kelling Heath.; Spring 2018. Photos added 23rd April.
Topic Started: Apr 17 2018, 03:56 PM (146 Views)
Davebutterflyman
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Here are just a few moths that were trapped on Wells and Kelling Heath at he end of March. The weather was poor at night so not many species were recorded.

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Acleris ferrugana/notana

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Yellow Horned

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Dotted Border

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Common Quaker

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Hebrew Character

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Agonopterix ciliella/heracliana

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Pine Beauty

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Small Quaker

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Shoulder Stripe

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Clouded Drab



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AnnB
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A nice selection Dave, considering the weather.
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JennyWren
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Yes a super selection Dave ...... i love those with a fluffy head and antennae :grin: Not long now before you go again , and a different selection of moths :cool4:
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Night Owl
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You had some great sightings despite the awful weather :greatpics: Dave the Yellow Horned is beautiful :cool1:
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Pam M
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Some beautiful moths there Dave, hopi g you have better weather next time :flower:
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Ann, Jen, Julie and Pam.
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celticsparrow-Jan
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Even though you didn't trap a lot of moths you still managed a lovely selection and great photos Dave.

Better luck hopefully in May.
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Jan.
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Davebutterflyman
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A few more.

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Shoulder Stripe

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Oak Beauty

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Twin-spotted Quaker

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Clouded Drab

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AnnB
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Lovely photos, Dave.
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Night Owl
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:greatpics: Dave I love the Oak Beauty :cool1:
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Ann and Julie.
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Pam M
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More Lovely Moths Dave.
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Pam.
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Davebutterflyman
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The last of the early spring moths from Norfolk.

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Engrailed.

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Chestnut.

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Oak Beauty.

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Caloptilia betulicola/elongella.

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A clutch of eight Oak Beauty.
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Night Owl
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:greatpics: again Dave, the Caloptilia betulicola/elongella is an unusual one :yes: looks like a leaf with legs :giggle:
That's a brilliant shot of the 8 oak beauty together :cool1:
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Julie.
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Pam M
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8 Oak Beauties is just being greedy Dave, great photos of lovely moths :flower:
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Davebutterflyman
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:lol:

Thanks Pam. Better not mention then that there were actually 12 in total, just could not fit them all in the same photo!
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AnnB
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Great photos, Dave. Those Oak Beauties certainly are beauties!
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