Hello, I’ve had a look at the Butterfly Conservation web site, and I’m not sure if they have a county moth recorder for Lancashire at the moment. It’s probably best if you contact them directly, so they can put you in touch with the right person, or make note of your sightings.
In reply to Debs:
I was wondering who the Cumbria recorder was as I trapped a couple of nights at hodbarrow. I thought they may of been of interest to the reserve's warden?
In reply to justinepatton:
I just saw your message. That sounds great you have some records. We haven't done any moth trapping whilst I have been here (a year and half). If you are happy to send them through to us we would love to get an idea of what's about. You can email them through to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can add them to our records. I can also pass on details of where to send them to in the county.
In reply to Mhairi:
That' sounds even better; didn't think about reserves records!!!
I will email records this evening. Thanks for the reply.
Brilliant thanks Justine I'll look forward to getting your email!
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