Cumbria Day-Flying Moth Sightings: Crambus pascuella
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|Date||Species||Number||Site||Town||Grid Ref.||V. County||Recorder||Comment||Image|
|12 Jun 2018||Crambus pascuella||1||Ormsgill Slag Banks||Barrow-in-Furness||SD190713||VC69 Westmorland||Helen Wallace||25c. Overcast.|
|11 Jun 2018||Crambus pascuella||1||Ireland Moss||Haverthwaite||SD334844||VC69 Westmorland||Helen Wallace|
|4 Jun 2017||Crambus pascuella||10||Helsington Barrows||Kendal||SD4990||VC69 Westmorland||John Mounsey||Number only guesswork. I only photographed one for (...)|
|1 Jul 2016||Crambus pascuella||5||Irton Fell||Santon Bridge||NY128022||VC70 Cumberland||Dan Hoare||Crambus pascuella|
|6 Jun 2016||Crambus pascuella||1||Burns Beck Moss||Killington||SD5987||VC69 Westmorland||John Mounsey||Crambus pascuella confirmed by MC Nov 2016 Probably many more (...)|