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Another Broad-bordered Bee Hawk-moth larva

This time at Purdis Heath yesterday evening. I was collecting some foodplant to feed a couple of larvae I’m rearing at home when I spotted one on some leaves I’d picked. It’s still an early instar larva so I’d guess … Continue reading

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Broad-bordered Bee Hawk-moth larvae – another sighting

Supporting what Neil said – there’s still time to look for these larvae. I had a couple in the Westleton Common area on Sunday 1st July – both early instar but there were also signs of larvae that would suggest … Continue reading

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Broad-bordered Bee Hawk-moth larval sightings

A couple of recent sightings of the larvae to report from previously known sites. Tunstall Forest on Tuesday 26/6 – in the White Admiral area Rendlesham Forest on Thursday 27/7 – at the eastern end of the old Woodbridge Airfield … Continue reading

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