Striped Wainscot

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Striped Wainscot

Postby GrahamJones on Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:38 pm

Rescued a wainscot from a wasp when emptying the trap at Parkgate this morning, which turned out to be Striped Wainscot. Although the wasp had killed the moth, luckily, it was still in a very fresh condition. I'll dissect to confirm 100%.

Sycamore was new to the garden in Parkgate this morning too, and Clay Triple-lines was another recent highlight on the 27th June.

Graham Jones
Striped Wainscot Parkgate.jpg
Striped Wainscot
Sycamore Parkgate.jpg
Clay Triple-lines Parkgate.jpg
Clay Triple-lines
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Re: Striped Wainscot

Postby SteveH on Tue Jul 09, 2019 10:10 pm

Very nice Graham

about the 4th or 5th Sycamore I'm aware of this year, which makes it a good one for the VC.

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