Cumbria Day-Flying Moth Sightings: Common White Wave
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|Date||Species||Number||Life Stage||Site||Town||Grid Ref.||V. County||Recorder||Comment||Image|
|27 Jun 2018||Common White Wave||1||Adult||Brantwood||Coniston||SD313958||VC69 Westmorland||Brian and Lindsey Snell||Super specimen resting on fern|
|24 May 2018||Common White Wave||1||Adult||Lyth Valley||Brigsteer||SD4686||VC69 Westmorland||John Mounsey||21 deg.C. Full sun, occasional light easterly breeze. 10.00 - (...)|
|16 Jul 2016||Common White Wave||1||Adult||Kingmoor North NR||Carlisle||NY386577||VC70 Cumberland||Paul Kennedy||Common White Wave: Note the straighter cross-lines on the (...)|
|7 Jun 2016||Common White Wave||1||Adult||Irton Fell||Santon Bridge||NY124018||VC70 Cumberland||Ewan Munro||Common White Wave|