Highlights over the last couple of days have included swallow prominent, mullein moth, white-spotted pug, pale mottled willow, and cabbage moth. All new species for the year for the roof terrace. If you are interested in viewing detailed records for my roof terrace try this link to the online spreadsheet.
White-spotted pug is a local species that occurs in woodland, hedgerows, riverbanks and gardens. It flies in two broods May-June and then again in August. The spring brood larvae feed on elder flowers, the summer brood on wild angelica and other umbellifers.