With 28 moths of 11 species it was still a fairly quiet night, but the milder weather brought out a few species that I hadn't seen in a while (along with some Ophion luteus wasps) and I'm still regularly seeing 'new' species.
Interesting to compare Steven's catch with mine at Peacehaven - 8 Large Yellow Underwing, 4 Common Marbled Carpet, 3 Lunar Underwing, 2 Feathered Ranunculus, 2 Setaceous Hebrew Characters, 2 Shuttle-shaped Darts, 1 Square-spot Rustic, 1 Dusky Thorn, 1 Pale Mottled Willow, 1 Willow Beauty, 1 Red-line Quaker.
In the garden Red Admiral and Speckled Wood, but more than a dozen Harlequin Ladybirds were not so welcome.
(Adrian Thomas) The AGM at Scaynes Hill on Saturday 29 September presented the usual problems - how do you possibly get around to having a chat with all of the people you want to, in the short interludes between a packed program of talks, member's photo shows, raffle, presentations and formal proceedings?!
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