Wednesday, 6 January 2016

One to look out for......

Early Moth Theria primaria is on the wing in January and February and is recorded as common in England  .It associates with Hawthorn and Blackthorn and has been recorded in the Cromwell Bottom area , .but not  since early 2002.

4 comments:

David Sutcliffe said...

On the look-out for them Andy. If I get chance with decent weather conditions I might try the former landfill site at Shroggs just after dark. There is quite a lot of Blackthorn and Hawthorn down there but it's always a welly job.!

AndyC said...

Sounds good Dave , good torch and a net maybe..

brian leecy said...

I'm gonna try the Hawthorn Hedge at Meadows edge again,saw my 1st Moth of the Year a Micro Agonopterix arenella,good luck everyone.

AndyC said...

I keep trying round here but no luck yet..............