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 Post subject: 25 micro species - a record
PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 10:01 am 

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And I must have missed some in the rather frantic activity, trying to spot the interesting moths before they skedaddled. Most surprising were no fewer than 5 Agonopteix angelicella, which isn't even illustrated in S&P. I have been nurturing the angelica in the garden after having this moth once in 2013, so it seems it might have paid off! Acleris forsskaleana was very smart, there were 3 Limnaecia phragmitella, and 3 of a tiny little white thing which I first had a few days ago - Pseudopostega crepusculella, which feeds on water mint.

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