Twitter | Search | |
Joe Myers
421
Tweets
134
Following
91
Followers
Tweets
Joe Myers Aug 9
I ordered garlic but got ginger. I've checked my receipt and confirmed I didn't order ginger but did order garlic.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Aug 2
Replying to @rlewington2
Indeed. Lime speck pug seems to be variable hence us not seeing it in any book we have, and photos of Saltmarsh plume aren't easy to find.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Aug 1
Replying to @rlewington2
A bit of detective work on facebook has revealed them to be Lime speck pug and Saltmarsh plume. Theres a photo of the larva of the latter here
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Aug 1
Any idea what this pair is that my friend swept from saltmarsh in Norfolk?
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jul 18
Replying to @joemyers2k
Or interruptus? Im in Suffolk so out of the range in the Ladybird book.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jul 18
Angle spotted scymnus, Scymnus frontalis?
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jul 11
5 species of butterfly on my Buddleia yesterday, my first Painted lady and Gatekeeper for the year but couldnt photo them, Green veined white, Peacock, and Red admiral too.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 22
My emt2 picked up a Nathusius' pipistrelle tonight. Seems its a good one to get.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 20
In some fields just north of IP31 2LE.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 20
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 19
4 nursery webs found today. Only 1 mother found in pic 4 but she was camera shy. Still only my 4th sighting of an adult this year, where have they all gone?
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 16
Its rare for a micro to get me excited, but this Phthechroa rugosana did. A beautiful little one that ive been hoping to see for years and finally did last night. Pretty chalk carpet was also a welcome addition to my garden list.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 15
Is this a very Cream streaked ?
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 14
I caught my fence resident Nuctenea umbratica finishing off her eggsac last night. By morning it wasnt so clean, would that be deliberate or windswept?
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 13
These should dispel any myths about them being dull and brown. Light, Blotched, Common emeralds and a Green silver lines.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 2
I ran my enabled phone for an hour with my moth light running nearby. 95 hits of 5 species. Common and soprano pipistrelle, noctule, lesser noctule/Leisler's and I guess brown long eared bat as grey isn't found in Suffolk.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 2
This Small tortoiseshell was doing a good job pollinating my Red valerian. 2 of them and a brief visit from a Red admiral.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers Jun 1
Tonight's bats on my detector, a loud common pipistrelle and a quiet noctule.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers May 30
What a pair to get last night.
Reply Retweet Like
Joe Myers May 29
Not such a common sight these days, it was good to see this Small tortoiseshell in my garden today.
Reply Retweet Like