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Monday, 25 July 2011


4th BLOXWORTH SNOUT for Scilly! 

  Overnight mothing produced the forth BLOXWORTH SNOUT for Scilly! I got it 20 yards down the track, near to Content Farm, from where I caught last weeks individual in me garden. The content Bloxworth was a lot darker and is the third to be recorded on Scilly in the past two weeks! This asks the question, is this a small influx at the moment or are they resident and only just being discovered?

A total of 22 species 

1 Silver Y 
1 Rusty Dot Pearl
1 Nutmeg 

1 Angle Shade 
1 Phlyctaenia coronata 
1 Common Rustic
1 Swallowtail 
1 The Lychnis
1 Common Footman
1 Turnip Moth
1 Willow Beauty
1 Broard-barred White  
2 Cloaked Minor 
2 Smoky Wainscot 
2 Fame Shoulder 
2 Garden Carpet
2 Double-striped Pug 
3 Riband Wave 
4 Small Fan-footed Wave
6 Mother Pearl 
7 Twenty-plume Moth

  Fog all day and no fllying and everyone returned to the mainland on the boat. It did clear at around about 16.00, but returned again at 21.00. On the Garrison there were 5 Willow Warbler, single Chiffchaff and Blackcap, over 50 Goldfinch and 80 Linnet. A quick look at Porth Hellick saw, 6 Willow Warbler, 4 Chiffchaff, 1 Blackcap and now 6 Greenshank. The fog has returned

This fly landed on the windscreen of me wagon. Any ideas?

And this? 

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