I'm still here. I've slipped into a moth induced stupor lately where my eyes now have a 12 inch focal point. I must start to get out again now that autumn is here ( oh yes it is). Tonight a Golden Plover whistled mournfully as it flew over the garden.
As my vision are still in close focus these caught my eye...
At least 16 spikes of Broad Leaved Helleborines were in flower though some have been eaten off by Roe Deer.
But, back to the job in hand....
A lot of new species for the garden this weekend.
Cherry Fruit Moth
Cnephasia longana ( 1st -3rd records for VC68)
Pearl-band Grass Veneer
1497 The name looks like I've fallen asleep on the keyboard!
Broad Bordered Yellow Underwing (female)