Saturday, 18 July 2015

Micros and pugs

Fairly run-of-the-mill stuff of late in Wolvercote, Oxon; We'd hoped to break the 250-barrier before heading off for a holiday soon, but it doesn't look as though it's going to happen. A few puzzlers from the last few days: what I think may be an Epiblema rosaecolana from 16th July, and from the same date what is probably a Pammene regiana, but with a rather white-looking spot; a couple of unidentified micros from 14th July (and actually from the local churchyard, where we ran the trap that night); and the traditional tricky pug, from 16th July, which I'm hoping may this time prove identifiable. Many thanks for any ideas or suggestions.

Steve and Xander Goddard

Possible Epiblema rosaecolana, 16/7/15

Just a Pammene regiana, 16/7/15?

Unknown micro, 14/7/15

Unknown micro, 14/7/15

Unknown pug, 16/7/15

1 comment:

  1. As no-one seems to want to answer your query: Gypsonoma dealbana, Pammene regiana, Blastobasis adustella, Blastodacna hellerella and a Pug.


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