It's back after a few years break. In 2017 I'm again going to try and see 1000 species in the 1km square that contains a large part of Waldridge Fell. I'll list everything I see with hopefully a few photographs and tales along the way.
Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Bryotropha terrella at last
Put the trap out again last night, 185 moths of 54 species, but nothing really out of the ordinary except a small, dull grey micromoth with a scientific name of Bryotropha terrella. It's a common species, occurring in long grass and I should have seen one before but I hadn't until this one in the moth trap this morning.