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May 12, 2009

A New Powersource for my Heath Trap

Filed under: Moths — Neil Gregory @ 7:15 pm

Here’s a photo taken of my Heath trap on Great Cumbrae from last Sunday with perhaps a new power source rather than my little battery:

Not many moths though, in fact only a Common Quaker in this trap. This was a field trip to the Marine Station at Millport with the Glasgow Natural History Society. Certainly a very interesting place.


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