WINE RACE 2016 .. MATTc380 .. TRENT 353 .. BEN 347 ...... Garden species:- Macros 357, Micros 365, Total 722

Monday, 24 February 2014

23rd Feb 2014... What's triangular and invisible ?

No Geometrids is the answer.
Dotted Borders are appearing on most blogs but this common moth is a rarity in my town garden having only recorded one in 4 years.
Early Moth, March Moth, Pale Brindled Beauty, Spring Usher, Mottled Umber are also hard to come by and any one of these are considered a bonus to the year list
On the other hand, Small Ranunculus and Toadflax Brocade are pretty much guaranteed annually so I guess these two alone make up for the lack of  late winter/early spring geometridae.
Double-striped Pugs are very common however, and the first one of the year turned up last night.

1862 ... Double-striped Pug


  1. Catching me up already....this is not on :p trap on now in response to this.

    1. I don't think the D-s Pug is going to be a banker :)

  2. Surely no Geometridae is the answer?