Author Archives: Raymond Watson

2019 review of moths for me.

I don’t know how many of you still read this blog now that we have a Facebook site for Suffolk Moths, but I would be pleased to know by way of comments. If you don’t use Facebook it is worth … Continue reading

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September moths at Hollesley

Anyone else been catching moths? True not inspiring moth collecting weather which hasn’t enticed me out a lot but there were a few highlights. I had a specimen for dissection left over from 31st August that looked like and was … Continue reading

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August 2019 moths Hollesley

This month has not been especially exciting, though there have been a few highlights. The month started reasonably well following a hot July but most of the summery moths disappeared following the rain and wind during the second and third … Continue reading

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July 2019 Moths Hollesley plus Snape

July was an interesting month. Following the chaos of underwings at the end of June things settled somewhat and much of the month was dry with some good moth nights. The temperatures rose towards the end of the month with … Continue reading

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June 2019 catches, Hollesley and about.

June was a bit up and down weather and moth wise with the better catches in the second half of the month. Bordered Pug and Double Square-spot are having a good year at home but there is a distinct lack … Continue reading

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Mothing Hollesley plus Tangham May 2019

A little tardy on my report as I made myself very busy at the start of June. May weather started quite poor and cool but heated up considerably towards the end of the month. Naturally the moths complied. Breached the … Continue reading

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April 2019 moths Hollesley

I have had a spell of good mothing at my home site from the warm spell that started around mid month. The weather cooled a little for the last few days so numbers turned down. I have not been off … Continue reading

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Pests in the house again!

Been picking up Tinea pellionella in the house again. What are the little buggers destroying this time around? Also after a recent cold spell I caught the first Early Tooth-striped at my home. Seen a number in local woodlands but … Continue reading

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Jan, Feb and March 2019, Hollesley

Thank you for your report Paul. Coastal catches tend to be a little slower than a few miles inland but better than central East Anglia. The weather has been variable with a mix of cold weather spells, warm days with … Continue reading

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December and annual review 2018 Hollesley

Nice to see a post from Matthew. Lets have a few more posts all round.. December was interesting Yellow-line Quaker persisted in the first week and as Matthew points out Dark Arches were caught. These are interesting catches being found … Continue reading

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