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David was taking a picture of a Bordered White which he had trapped overnight when it began laying an egg on a piece of bark.Keen to be included in the action, David also photgraphed two caddis flies (one and two) which were about the same task.

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We encourage you to details of whom can be found on the Recorders page.

There is a standard form for recording butterflies which can be downloaded here and there is a checklist and notes about moth recording in Yorkshire which can be downloaded here.

Ian laments the low number of butterflies on the wing with only seven being seen in two hours at the site.

tells that there was a good turnout for the open day at Shipley Station Meadow.

in Scarborough captured Canary-shouldered Thorn, Dusky Thorn and Centre-barred Sallow.

In the garden Green-veined White, Large White, Peacock, Small Tortoiseshell, Speckled Wood and Red Admiral were present.recorded two Clouded Yellows at St Aidan's on the 10th and 13th August and says that the numbers of Brown Argus and Small Copper at the site are better than in previous years whereas numbers of Common Blue have fallen.were at Kiplingcotes on the 5th where they recorded Red Admiral, Peacock, Meadow brown, Small Tortoiseshell, Small Heath, Ringlet.has sent us some pictures of the lepidoptera she recorded in her Sheffield garden during July.Species present include Gatekeeper, White-letter Hairstreak, Holly Blue, Large Skipper, Green-veined White, Large White, Hummingbird Hawk-moth, Cinnabar, Swallow-tailed moth and Large Fruit-tree Tortix.has been busy recording butterflies and moths in her Sheffield garden were her sightings have included Red Admiral, Holly Blue, Comma, Gatekeeper, and Speckled Wood.

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