Monday, 25 January 2016

Common Quaker?

Having put my trap out last night for the first time this year I caught a Pale Brindled Beauty and this individual which I assume is a very early Common Quaker?

Andy Newbold  Sibford Ferris, Oxon.


  1. Yes, that's a Common Quaker, Andy.

  2. Hi Andy, Common Quakers (and Hebrew Characters) do sometimes emerge in ones and twos in warmer periods prior to their normal flight period. I had a Common Quaker on 28th December in Bernwood Forest and that wasn't by any means the earliest I've heard of this winter.


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