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Monday, 8 July 2013

From the undergrowth

A few from today, Small Skipper out in good numbers as were Ringlets a few Brown Hawkers also in the trees, birds are there, just hard to see. GWH

Heron enjoying the sun

Not sure 1st thought female Reed Bunting

Burnet moth

1732 Shaded Broad-bar ( Scotopteryx chenopodiata)

Small Skipper




Brown Hawker


Orchids Are doing realy well this year


B.Nield said...

I'd say Reed Bunting - but it does have a cracking orange stripe above the eye. Had to have a good check it wasn't something more "Rustic" lol. Never seen the stripe that Orange must be the light!

Colin D said...

1732 Shaded Broad-bar Scotopteryx chenopodiata. Larvae feed on vetch (Vicia) and clover (Trifolium)Present in large numbers last year at Cromwell

gwh said...

Thanks Guys . yours Graham