Monday, 29 May 2017

A little beauty

A short walk over the road here on the edge of Beaconsfield produced a small group of the stunning Common Tubic (Alabonia geoffrella) plus several dozen Common Marbles (Celypha lacunana) a Black-headed Conch (Cochylis atricapitana) and several Cinnabars.

Dave Ferguson

1 comment:

  1. A brilliant little moth, isn't it?! A far rarer close relative to keep an eye out for is Oecophora bractella for which there are a small number of fairly recent records in woodland in the south of Bucks.


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