2nd May 2017

Here is the catch from Tuesday night including a surprise Tree Bumblebee found in the trap.

72.015  [BF 2028] Pale Tussock (Calliteara pudibunda)

IMG_205172.015 [BF 2028] Pale Tussock (Calliteara pudibunda)

71.020  [BF 2011] Pale Prominent (Pterostoma palpina). Probably our strangest looking moth

71.020 [BF 2011] Pale Prominent (Pterostoma palpina)

71.012  [BF 2000] Iron Prominent (Notodonta dromedarius)

71.012 [BF 2000] Iron Prominent (Notodonta dromedarius)

70.198  [B&F 1879] Seraphim (Lobophora halterata)

70.198 [B&F 1879] Seraphim (Lobophora halterata)

28.009  [BF 0648] White-shouldered House-moth (Endrosis sarcitrella)

28.009 [BF 0648] White-shouldered House-moth (Endrosis sarcitrella)

70.051  [BF 1724] Red Twin-spot Carpet (Xanthorhoe spadicearia)

70.051 [BF 1724] Red Twin-spot Carpet (Xanthorhoe spadicearia)

Tree bumblebee – Bombus hypnorum (Male)

Tree bumblebee - Bombus hypnorum

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