Friday 14th April 2017

Nothing exciting on the moth front but will try again tonight weather permitting, went out yesterday and took a few pictures of insects, mainly butterflies and Ovum which came out ok especially as it was quite windy.

Small Copper – Lycaena phlaeas

Small Copper - Lycaena phlaeasSmall Copper - Lycaena phlaeas

Speckled Wood – Pararge aegeria

Speckled Wood - Pararge aegeria

Orange-tip – Anthocharis cardamines – Fresh Ovum which turn orange over a few days, pictured on Cuckoo flower one of its main food plants

Orange-tip - Anthocharis cardamines - Fresh Ovum 1Orange-tip - Anthocharis cardamines - Fresh Ovum 1 croppedOrange-tip - Anthocharis cardamines - Ovum

Orange-tip – Anthocharis cardamines mating pair

Orange-tip - Anthocharis cardamines

Large Red Damselfly – Pyrrhosoma nymphula

Large Red Damselfly - Pyrrhosoma nymphula

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