Thursday, 30 July 2009

Moth Trapping, Granada Province.

Moths caught at Realenga de Agicampe.

Chlorissa etruscaria.
The second nights trapping was carried out with the 125 MV lamp, a much brighter light which attracted in some nice species and a lot of not so nice bitting chaps. 
Uresiphita polygonalis.
Again Small Marbled (Eublemma parva) was the commonest species with about 30 in and around the trap, along with 8 Menophra japygiaria and a dozen or so Vestal (Rhodometra sacraria). 
Antigastra catalaunalis.
A single Emerald Species Chlorissa etruscaria and 2 The Passenger (Dysgonia algira) were both found on the vegitation around the light. Four-spotted (Tyta luctuosa), Boarded Straw (Heliothis peltigera), Cresent Dart (Agrotis trux), Palpita unionalis, Stibaromacha ratella and Antigastra catalaunalis were also seen.
Four-spotted (Tyta luctuosa).

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