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Updated: 2017-11-17T10:00:39.509+00:00

 



Actually, I rapidly discovered that it was a Japan...

2010-02-16T21:45:04.873+00:00

Actually, I rapidly discovered that it was a Japanese sex site link. Impressive, in a way, that they were touting for customers among moth nerds, but I thought I'd better delete it anyway.



Does anyone know what the last comment says (apart...

2010-02-16T21:41:37.455+00:00

Does anyone know what the last comment says (apart from the line saying 'sex'?

Big prizes for anyone who can help....



Hi James - I agree. It's journalism, I'm a...

2009-12-17T19:15:48.127+00:00

Hi James - I agree. It's journalism, I'm afraid. If it was only 'quite a rare moth' or 'unusual import', the newsdesk wouldn't buy it, alas. One day, this'll change though - at least I think so - as readers get more pro-active and make the same point as yourself. They do it all the time on Guardian threads.

Happy Christmas!

Martin



I just don't like the headlines 'UK's ...

2009-12-13T22:00:55.323+00:00

I just don't like the headlines 'UK's rarest moth'. Sure, it is a rarity, but it's only an import, and imports have appeared all over the UK, the species only appearing once. I would have thought that UK's rarest resident moth would be something like Ethmia pyrausta or Reed leopard.



More on this story here: http://dougclow.wordpres...

2009-11-22T06:15:21.251+00:00

More on this story here:

http://dougclow.wordpress.com/2009/10/13/ispot-helps-six-year-old-spot-new-to-britain-moth/



Thanks v much John! And a very happy Christmas to...

2009-11-12T17:53:23.140+00:00

Thanks v much John! And a very happy Christmas to you and yours (and any moths in the vicinty) too

warm wishes

M



Brilliant, I have enjoyed following your Blog this...

2009-11-12T05:44:58.844+00:00

Brilliant, I have enjoyed following your Blog this year...shutting up shop till April....aye you hibernaing then.

Have a Great Christmas. Roll on April.

John



Thanks Sarah - sorry I should have said that you w...

2009-11-10T17:20:46.439+00:00

Thanks Sarah - sorry I should have said that you were the leader of Justified Demands for Blogging Closure. Long live America! J'espere que les lecons Francais vont bien. Toute a l'heure! M



I feel SO much better! Merci. xx to you and Penn...

2009-11-10T15:27:46.557+00:00

I feel SO much better! Merci. xx to you and Penny



I won't Ben - and thanks warmly for all your ...

2009-11-08T20:15:59.006+00:00

I won't Ben - and thanks warmly for all your encouragement and expertise over the year.

see you in April

Actually, wouldn't it be nice to curl up like a hedgehog or squirrel til then. Maybe if the Buddhists are right, I'll come back as one...



Happy Christmas! Now that's a trifle early! ...

2009-11-08T19:50:34.887+00:00

Happy Christmas!

Now that's a trifle early! enjoy the hibernation period :D
All the best and a happy Christmas to you too.
ps. Don't forget to wake up in April!