Thursday, August 19, 2010


Centre Barred Sallow

Lobesia littoralis

201 moths of 36 species last night.

Centre Barred Sallow is new for the year and a start to proper autumn moths.
The micro is new and as yet unidentified. If you know please tell me!

1 comment:

Skev said...

Stewart - I think your tortrix is probably a slightly faded Lobesia littoralis.

I always think of Pale Eggar and Orange Swift as the markers for autumn here, though Centre-barred usually turns up around the same time.