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Its August and I’m only just posting moths of February! Still, there are some lovely specimens here and a few new species for the property. I have put in multiples of some species/specimens to illustrate variability. I’ll fill in more … Continue reading
Not having paid particular attention to moths in previous years, I wasn’t sure I’d be seeing many once the weather got cooler. And whilst that certainly turned out to be the pattern (June had less activity than May, which had … Continue reading
The second half of March stayed cool, but the garden and bush were drying out- no rainfall to speak of for quite a few weeks now. Perhaps the pick of the bunch was this male Boisduval‘s Autumn Moth (Oenosandra boisduvalii), … Continue reading