Welcome to the new Suffolk Moths blog site.

This site is for posting of recent sightings, identification requests and discussions for members of the Suffolk Moth Group. If you would like to contribute to the blog then contact myself and I’ll set up an account for you

Tony Prichard

2 Responses to Welcome

  1. Mark Nowers says:

    Great to read what is happening round and about the county on the blog. Desperately quiet last night, only nine moths of six species (on a 15w actinic), with 4 of them being large wainscots. Last year I had my first large wainscot on the 9th October, this year it was the 22nd September and they peaked on the 29th. No surprise given the conditions we have had.

  2. Mark Nowers says:

    Nine species, 33 moths last night on the garden 15w actinic. 14 Small Quaker, 8 Common and 2 Twin-spotted Quaker. A Yellow-horned, hebrew character, 2 March Moth, 2 Clouded Drab, 2 monodactyla and what I presume is a postvittana. Nothing else it is likely to be at this time of year is it? Still a micro-apprentice.

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