Moths Found on 28 July 2013

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The heat wave continues, though the moths are a little more ragged now.  Those worth photographing included:

Others in the trap included two Peppered Moths, three Brimstone Moths, three Mother Of Pearl, eight Riband Waves, a Buff Ermine, twenty nine Crambus agg, five Scoparia pyrallela, two Least Carpets, two Grey or Dark Daggers, one Oak Beauty agg, eight Bright-line Brown-eyes, two Light Arches, six Double Square-spots, thirteen Dot Moths, thirty one Dark Arches, one Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing, eleven Uncertain or Vine's Rustics, two Stenoptilia/Platyptilia, three Hart & Darts, four Snouts, six Cabbage Moths, one Common Footman, a Campion, a Shuttle-shaped Dart, three Clays, a Straw Underwing, an Endotricha flammealis, a Light Brown Apple Moth, a Garden Rose Tortrix and an Epiblema cynobastella.

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