Rooftop Moths

The diversity of moth species coming to the trap is starting to increase with three new species for the year including a shuttle-shaped dart, flame shoulder and 2 knot grass. Also 5 common quaker, 2 brindled pug, a hebrew character, an early grey, and a v-pug.

Knot Grass - Roof Terrace
Knot grass is a common species of open habitats such as grassland, heathland, gardens etc. It flies in two broods May-June and August-September. The larvae feed on a wide range of plants including docks, plantains, bramble and hawthorn etc.

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