|Pinion-streaked Snout - St Marys|
The total number of moths caught during the trip was 660 which is pretty decent in October by anyone's standards. We ended with 45 species too which was very respectable with some cracking moths included. Sadly we didn't manage to bag a Death's-head Hawk-moth for the lads but there is always next time! The top three species we caught were Rusty Dot Pearl (Udea ferrugalis) - 181, Lunar Underwing - 59 and Opogona omoscopa - 56.
|Common Marbled Carpet|
|Lesser Yellow Underwing|
|Radford's Flame Shoulder|
|Scarce Bordered Straw|