Posted on September 15, 2017
We had a lot of fun this summer learning about micro- and macro-moths, not easy to find as they are so small and a fair bit of contorting the body is needed to photograph them. This is a selection of some of the ones we saw, including some ‘ordinary’ moths.
From top left, clockwise: Emerald, Buff Tip, Blood Vein, Longhorn, Magpie, Clouded Border, Lattice Heath, Mother of Pearl, White Wave.
Of course, I may not have these entirely correct. If you know different, please tell me.
Posted on August 7, 2017
A few bits and bobs from the summer which seems to have (temporarily, I hope) deserted us, for the moment. From the top: Mother of Pearl Moth, Common Lizard, Longhorn Beetle, Crambus Perlella (Micro Moth), Straw Dot Moth.