Flight Arrivals News Board

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Currently arrival conditions
are poor

9621

Date: 2nd September 2023

Paul Harris

Location: Weymouth, UK

Details: A couple from the last two days: Rosy Underwing on 31/8/23 and Dewick's Plusia on 1/9/23.

9619

Date: 1st September 2023

Andrew Foster

Location: Bridport, Dorset, UK

Details: Night of 30th August: 1 Rush Veneer, 2 Portland Riband Wave. Night of 31st August: 2 Rusty-dot Pearl, 1 Portland Riband Wave.

9616

Date: 1st September 2023

Atropos

Location: Lizard Village, Helston, UK

Details: Night of 31 August: Southern Migrant Hawker to light.

9614

Date: 31st August 2023

Jeremy Patterson

Location: Round Hill, Brighton, UK

Details: Night of 30 August: single Pearly Underwing, Cydia amplana and Blair’s Mocha to light.

9613

Date: 31st August 2023

Rob Partridge

Location: Gault Bridge, Sutton, Cambridgeshire, UK

Details: On the night of the 30th of August to MV, Convolvulus Hawkmoth in pristine condition.

9610

Date: 30th August 2023

Chris Tyler-Smith, Yali Xue

Location: Linton, Cambridge, UK

Details: Night of 29.08.2023: 1 female Gem, 1 Silver Y
Night of 28.08.2023: 1 Rusty-dot Pearl
Night of 27.08.2023: 1 Silver Y

9607

Date: 29th August 2023

Will Bown

Location: Winterborne Stickland, Dorset, UK

Details: Beautiful Marbled to light 21th August

9605

Date: 29th August 2023

Keith Knights

Location: Bradwell, Great Yarmouth, VC25

Details: Worn Vestal this morning in Kitchen, best 'house moth' to date. Settled on spider and wasp eviction pot for photo.

9602

Date: 29th August 2023

Maurice L Opie

Location: Fareham, UK

Details: Night of 28th August:

1 Scarce Bordered Straw, 1 Portland Ribbon Wave, 1 Cydia amplana, 3 Clancy's Rustic, 1 Blair's Mocha to 40W actinic in garden.

9601

Date: 29th August 2023

Rob Partridge

Location: Gault Bridge, Sutton, Ely, UK

Details: On the night of 28th of August, Convolvulus Hawkmoth to nicotiana flowers. On the 26th, 6 Udea ferrugalis was an unusual number, possibly offspring of earlier migrants.

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