27 Jul 2010

Macro or Micro Moths

  • Could any of you knowledgeable field guys tell me what length or width constitutes a Macro or Micro Moth?

  • Many thanks Fred will be sending for the moth book when the wound in my pocket has healed, Moth Traps, not cheap..

  • Have the Herons moved north due to Global Warming, because their presence here is significant by the absence of these birds on my bird patches.

3 comments:

  1. hi Dave, the division of Macros and micros is a bit arbitrary. It's done on families not size, so some micros, such as the Mother of Pearl are bigger than some of the macros (pugs etc).
    cheers,
    Tony

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  2. A very understandable explanation to my enquiry, this may also help other people that were perhaps pondering the same question.
    Well done Tony.

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