Tuesday was so mild (at least in sheltered places) and sunny I thought I might come across a butterfly or two. Some people did, but not me. This Brown Hare was nice...
Brown Hare, Moorgate (Blickling), 14th February
Fungi continue to baffle me and tease me in equal measures and I've not managed to put a name to this lot. They were small - I'd say about the size of a 5p coin, and growing on a fallen branch. Not sure what species of tree the branch came off - it was mixed woodland with several different species of both deciduous and coniferous species in the immediate vicinity.
unidentified fungi, Lion's Mouth, Felbrigg, 14th February
Tuesday night produced 3 Pale Brindled Beauties and a Chestnut along with 2 micros new for the year - Rusty Oak Button Acleris ferrugana and Common Plume Emmelina monodactyla.
Rusty Oak Button Acleris ferrugana (male, gen det), North Elmham, 14th February
Common Plume Emmelina monodactyla, North Elmham, 14th February
Last night turned up 5 Pale Brindled Beauties, Spring Usher and Chestnut.