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 Post subject: Red Chestnuts and a Powdered Quaker
PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 9:08 am 

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63 moths of 13 species this (damp) morning. I love sorting through all the varied plumages of Clouded Drab and Twin-spotted Quaker especially when they are fresh as they are at present. The lovely pale Powdered Quaker caught me out at first - they always do - and the 8 Red Chestnuts were nice - plenty of different variations but all with that distinctive red furry head. Three Dark Sword-grass were good - everybody else has been catching them so I suppose it was only a matter of time. (Actually I did put the box in a more open position down at the bottom of the garden last night hoping to attract a passing Dark Swordgrass and it appears to have worked!)

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