HATFIELD MOORS MOTHS
moths caught in moth trap
First species listed are photos, next species list full catch. Photos Bryan Wainwright unless otherwise stated. Julian Small runs traps.
06/12/2022 Scarce Umber (BPW) a first for Hatfield Moors and only one since 1982 (Thorne Moors)
24/08/2022 Small Angle Shades, Eyed Hawk Moth, Rosy Rustic, Buff Arches, Birch Mocha, Centre-barred Sallow, True Lover's Knot.
Full Day List: September Thorn, Lesser Swallow Prominent, Turnip Moth, Heart & Dart, Centre-barred Sallow, Flounced Rustic, Wainscott, Large Yellow Underwing, Ear Moth, Straw Dart, Bloodvein, Canary-shouldered Thorn, Small Angle Shades, Cabbage Moth, Setaceous Hebrew Character, Dingy Footman, Rosy Rustic, Eyed Hawk Moth, Light-brown Apple Moth, Light Emerald, Birch Mocha, Buff Arches, Small Fanfooted Wave, Square-spot Rustic, Mouse Moth, Chinese Character, Cream-bordered Green Pea, Pinnon-streaked Snout, Flame Shoulder, Centre-barred Sallow, Common Carpet, Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow-underwing, Water Veneer, Ringed China Mark, True Lover's Knot, Webb's Wainscott New for the Reserve.
19/07/2022 Sallow Kitten, Pebble Prominent, Dusky Sallow, Lattice Heath, Lime-speck Pug, Miller, Scarce Silverline, Bufftip, Oak Eggar, Pine Hawkmoth, Lychnis, Bordered Beauty, Oak Nycteoline.
13/07/2022 Buff Ermine, Canary Shouldered Thorn, Coxcomb Prominent, Elephant Hawkmoth, July Highflyer, Mint Moth, Pale Prominent, Pebble Hooktip, Poplar Hawkmoth. BPW, Julian Small.
About 70 species caught today, full list soon. Olive was a new species for the Humberhead Peatlands NNR.