Elephant Hawk Moth

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Notocelia incarnatana

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20 records (53+ individuals)
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Date Site OS Grid Ref Stage Quantity Comment
21 Jul 2010 Red Rocks, Hoylake SJ2088 Adult 5
21 Jul 2010 Red Rocks, Hoylake SJ2088 Adult 1 grid reference provided SJ205883
15 Jul 2003 Red Rocks, Hoylake SJ2088 Adult 6 grid reference SJ205882
24 Jun 2001 Bridgenorth Road, Pensby SJ264837 Adult 1 Exhibited at Lancs & Ches Ent Soc meeting
15 Aug 1998 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 5 SJ277925
01 Sep 1997 Red Rocks, Hoylake SJ2086 Adult 1 SJ206881 Red Rocks Marsh
11 Jul 1997 Red Rocks, Hoylake SJ2088 Adult 3
04 Sep 1987 Wallasey Dunes SJ2792 Adult 1
30 Aug 1987 Wallasey Dunes SJ2792 Adult 2
16 Aug 1987 Wallasey Dunes SJ2792 Adult 1
1953 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 1+ grid reference unknown. Michaelis (1954)
04 Aug 1951 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 1 grid reference not provided
02 Jul 1949 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 1 grid reference unknown. Michaelis (1954), three specimens in the LCES collection at Liverpool Museum but two look more like G aceriana
29 Jul 1947 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 1 grid reference not provided
1947 Storeton Woods SJ3185 Not recorded 1+ Creaser (1994)
24 Jul 1913 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 1 grid reference not provided.
28 Jul 1905 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 16 common, July, grid reference not provided. County status: locally common. Mansbridge (1905), (1940)
29 Jul 1904 Wallasey SJ2792 Adult 3 Spilonota incarnatana The Ent. 38:115. grid reference not provided.
1887 Wallasey SJ2792 Not recorded 1+ date & grid reference unknown, status abundant, county status: locally common. Variation: Our specimens are smaller and darker than Southern examples, sometimes the rosy areas of the type are absent. Ellis (1890)
1854 Wallasey SJ2792 Not recorded 1+ grid reference and date unknown, site New Brighton. Rather scarce. In 1853 plentiful and general - Mr Warrington. Byerley (1854)


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