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A drop in temperature and a drop in wattage A run of cold, clear nights at the middle of last week made sure that the trap was switched off.
Come last Friday, the trap was back on but the temperature was still a little cool for my liking.
Therefore i've devised a plan that if it's predicted to be cool and clear then I will run the 125w bulb, but if it looks 'good' (which in my book is cloudy and minimum 8-10c) then the 250w clear and frosted bulbs get some action.
Garden species count for 2018 now upto 98.
Here is last Friday's new for year species.
Catch Report - 18/05/18 - Back Garden - Stevenage - 1x 250w Clear MV Robinson Trap
Cabbage Moth 1 Grey/Dark Dagger 2 (Daytime)
Argyrotaenia ljungiana 1 Cauchas rufimitrella 10+ (Daytime) Pyrausta aurata 1 (Daytime)
|Author||Ben Sale from Stevenage, UK|
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