More Insect News

When I cleaned out the midge-eaters a few days ago there were a lot of White-shouldered House-moths:

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White-shouldered House-moths

Today there is what I am told is a Foxglove Pug in the garden, incredibly well camouflaged against the paving slab it settled on briefly.

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Foxglove Pug

Up in Coire Làgan I saw my first Large Red Damselflies of the year, the first was immature and drowning but I think it may now survive.

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I recently had this caddisfly in the moth trap. Further than that I cannot go…..

Caddis Fly LR


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