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05 July 2017
Meadow at Lane End, Langley (SP194637)

This record was submitted by Jonathan Bowley - View all records by Jonathan Bowley
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Skippers

Dingy Skipper

Essex Skipper

Grizzled Skipper

Large Skipper

3

Small Skipper

115

Blues

Brown Argus

Common Blue

Holly Blue

Small Blue

Small Copper

1

Hairstreaks

Brown Hairstreak

Green Hairstreak

Purple Hairstreak

White-letter Hairstreak

         

Brushfoots

Comma

1

Dark Green Fritillary

Painted Lady

Peacock

Purple Emperor

Red Admiral

1

Silver-washed Fritillary

Small Tortoiseshell

1

White Admiral

 

Browns

Gatekeeper

7

Marbled White

45

Meadow Brown

250

Ringlet

10

Small Heath

Speckled Wood

Wall Brown

 

Whites

Green-Veined White

1

Large White

Small White

Wood White

         

Sulphurs

Brimstone

Clouded Yellow

Orange-tip

       

Moth Records

Oak Eggar (1 male), Shaded Broad-bar (30), Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet (5)

Notes

Estimates of some butterflies only - they were abundant in the single damp MG4 (NVC) 2ha meadow containing abundant Great Burnet, Sneezewort, Meadow Vetchling, Ragged Robin, Birdsfoot-trefoil, Creeping Cinquefoil etc. The meadow is being put forward as a LWS and the owner appears to be interested in it being monitored for butterflies - contact Camille at HBA office. Adjacent meadows also good but drier.

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