4 Green-veined White, 10 Large White, 11 Silver-washed Fritillary, 5 Brimstone, 3 Marbled White, 5 Ringlet, 4 Common Blue,. On my way back I discovered a 'new' colony of WLH no more than 250m from my home in Royston! Of potential interest, a Puss Moth in my light trap this morning David Hunt 26 May 2 Small Dusty Wave at bus-stop shelter at Chase Road near Charter Way this morning. Also at this site I saw dating i asien platser 1 Clouded Yellow, 3 Painted Ladies, 1 Silver-washed Fritillary, 1 Small Tortoiseshell, 1 Comma, approx 500 Common Blues, plus good numbers of Small Heath, Meadow Brown, Large, Small and Green-veined Whites, Brown Argus and Treble Bar moths. Also afterwards a mile away the other side of M1 motorway recorded another Small Blue Clive Burrows 18 May My garden in Bounds Green North London had many visits from Holly Blues this afternoon, 5 in the garden at one time 3 floating round the. Finally, a short late afternoon along Yeading Brook, Queens Walk, South Ruislip (TQ 11 86) and saw another Comma, a Speckled Wood, 3 Meadow Browns and 5 Small Whites Paul Busby 26 Jun At Northwood HQ Sandy Lane 1 x Comma, 1 x Red Admiral. Also a few Brimstones, a single Silver-washed Fritillary and a couple of Common Blues Malcolm Hull 3 Aug Painted Lady in my Stevenage garden at 2:15 pm and surprisingly a Small Copper a minute later - first ever in the garden! Wasn't a very early emergence, as it looked really tatty. Now I am cream crackered, but it was worth it Rikki Harrington 18 Apr On a glorious warm and sunny day at Stanwell Moor, I went out and about early before the butterflies became too energetic and I became the opposite! I eventually managed to get my optics on them and, to my surprise, found that they were both Small Heath. One female at TL171099 David Utting 5 Apr 1 Red Admiral along Leeging Beech Gutter near 'Three-bridges' at Trent Park (TQ295977) at 11:25 hrs.
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The worst of them from my point of view may only truly affect next year's sightings - much of both sides of the main path near the railway burned, destroying all the Broom, Gorse and Heather in that area: the Green Hairstreaks, if they survive. Hounslow Golf Course/River Crane/Marshalling Yards/Pevensey: Meadow Brown : 31 Large White : 5 Gatekeeper : 19 Small White : 11 Green-veined White : 6 Speckled Wood : 3 Brown Argus : 1 Common Blue : 4 Small Copper : 1 Red Admiral : 2 Comma. The first seen on low bank side vegetation before flying to perch on Willow (TQ 074 861 the second flying and perching on railway bridge across river then into small trees (TQ 073 871). We set off down the track and very little was happening until we reached the open area at about 10:45 when the sun began to burst through. Here's the full list with Brown Argus once again disconcertingly the most numerous, a mix of some very warn specimens and a few fresh-looking: Small White : 3 Meadow Brown : 3 Speckled Wood : 2 Small Copper : 6 Green-veined White : 2 Common. Clearly a mid morning attendance is required (10.15 onward) as found nothing late morning onward. I saw a Purple Emperor circling in trees on about five occasions. 1 Gold Triangle and 1 Toadflax Brocade at asda Southgate Robert Callf 4 Aug A Purple Hairstreak in our Rushden garden John Dingemans 4 Aug At Frogmore Meadow hmwt reserve TQ 022988, this afternoon, 2 Silver-washed Fritillary, 1 Purple Hairstreak and numerous Common Blue Jill. As I drew next to them - five yards at most - they rose again, now a mating pair of Green-Veined Whites, the female towing the male in the usual fashion to plants at eye-level. 3 fresh Brimstones, 3 Comma (1 old and battered and 2 fresh). At any rate it's the first ever record of one at this site John Murray 14 Jul At Tring Park, I saw a Purple Emperor again this morning off the main woodland path gliding around and settling on an ash tree just below a sallow.
Two local residents came to find out what we had spotted and we showed them a good photo taken through telescopic lens. 1 Agapeta hamana at Chase Road/Chelmsford Road, N14 at 00:45 hrs Robert Callf 4 Jul Nomansland evening walk. At the beginning most other butterflies and moths were roosting but gradually by about.30 the day was brightening up and 3 adult Grizzled Skipper were seen near the entrance.