Cumbria Day-Flying Moth Sightings: Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet
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|Date||Species||Number||Life Stage||Site||Town||Grid Ref.||V. County||Recorder||Comment||Image|
|6 Jul 2020||Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet||1||Adult||Allithwaite Quarry||Allithwaite||SD391767||VC69 Westmorland||Martin Chadwick||40 minutes in late afternoon sunshine in the lower part of the (...)|
|12 Jul 2019||Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet||1||Adult||Reston Scar||Staveley||SD463984||VC69 Westmorland||Ian Tallon||14.00 -15.30|
|4 Jul 2019||Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet||105||Adult||Thacka Beck||Penrith||NY506306||VC70 Cumberland||Ian Tallon||Five Spot-Burnet. I stopped counting at 105. well over 200|