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Monthly Archive for March, 2018

Garden Moths, March.

A cool night with close to a full moon and a light breeze was not ideal, but a couple of hours saw a reasonable selection come in to the light. The first was one of several Crypsiphona ocultaria, the Red-lined Geometrid, a common but very neat species. (Geometrinae.) Another early arrival to the sheet situated […]

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Autumn by the Gladstone.

Gladstone Creek drains the country south of Mount Moornapa, as may have been mentioned previously, and the vegetation is tall forest with an understory along the creek of species including Pomaderris aspera, Prostanthera lasianthos, and Elaeaocarpus reticulatus to name just three of the most obvious. Many mothing sessions have been conducted there, and it is […]

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