City Nature Challenge 2018

Hong Kong Moth-ers took part.

I'm exhausted - but would like to express my gratitude to everyone who took part.
Absolutely fabulous uptake and staggering amount of data generated - some 2,400 observations of over 400 moth species posted during the weekend, with the orange magpie moth, Obeidia tigrata pipped at the last by two bird species. Still managed a massive 98 observations. (I'm not counting exotic species, and the most observed species in the HK CNC was an alien invasive plant....)

Next up . . . National Moth Week comes to HK at the end of July.
More on that later....

Posted on May 04, 2018 11:18 AM by hkmoths hkmoths | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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To document the moth species in Hong Kong, as well as their distribution and abundance within Hong Kong, with an aim to assess the conservation status of each species.

I-Nat Guides to (1) common moths of HK and (2) moth species restricted to HK ...more ↓

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