Friday 16 September 2022

Fluttering in


 Look who came to check out our trap. Our first sighting of a Brimstone moth๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’› Researchers have recently announced that moths are another very important pollinator.

Have a great weekend.

Arilx

8 comments:

  1. There's so many beautiful moths. The green is stunning.

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    1. It is very bright considering it's a nighttime not a daytime one. Arilx

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    1. It seemed to be able to disappear into a nearby shrub effortlessly when I released it. I can see what you mean about the leaf camouflage. Arilx

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  3. In the thumbnail pic that heralded the arrival of your post in our reading list, it looked like a leaf. Now it looks like a moth, and we like its little eye spot things

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    1. I like that tiny dab of blue which you can't see with the naked eye. Arilx

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  4. That's a stunner! I am used to seeing Brimstone butterflies, but have never heard of a Brimstone moth before, let alone seen one. It is well named!

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    1. I was used to the butterflies too. Only discovered last year that there was a moth version too! Arilx

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