Sunday, 26 September 2010

Les mites en France et un grand carp

40lb 4oz Mirror Carp

A fishing trip to France gave me the chance to trap a few moths that I wouldn't normally see. The lake I went to was in the Limousin region; beautiful, rural and populated from what I could tell by about 3 people.

MV lamp and sheet powered by a portable generator ...ready to rock!

As the sunset 50+ White Wagtails would gather and roost in the trees by the lakeside and Barn Owls from the local village Church would set out over the fields.

Feathered Gothics were the most numerous moth. In general numbers of
 moths were low with chilly nights down to 10 deg C.


Oncocera semirubella

Square-spot Rustic




Poplar Grey

Flame Shoulder


Diasemia reticularis

Bright-line Brown-eye Lacanobia oleracea

Straw Dot Rivula sericealis

Crambus pascuella

2032 Black V Moth Arctornis l-nigrum

Acleris emargana

Orange Swift Hepialus sylvina

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