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  • A magic carpet, also called a flying carpet, is a legendary carpet that can be used to transport persons who are on it instantaneously or quickly to their destination.

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  • (Asian folktale) an imaginary carpet that will fly people anywhere they wish to go





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[1767] Pine Carpet (Thera firmata)




[1767] Pine Carpet (Thera firmata)





Trip to Slovenia – 7 Night’s Mothing
28th August – 04th September 2011

Just got back from an amazing trip to Slovenia near Moravske Toplice, on the border of the Goricko National Park.
It really is a stunning location and allows you to explore the 3 neighbouring Countries Austria, Hungary and Croatia, all of which are within a 20 minute drive away.
In seven nights I managed 125 species of Macro Moths, which at this slow time of year was more than I expected!
The conditions were perfect most evenings, clouding over as the sunset (total opposite to most night’s here in the UK!) 2 nights, Thursday & Friday we experienced huge thunderstorms and extremely wet conditions so only the wall mounted light was used on these nights.
Most days ranged from 24c to 31c and there was little wind and the temperatures at night kept to a minimal 20c!
Unfortunately being located within a vineyard Wasps and Hornets were a big problem (the Hornets had even taken residence under the eaves of the cottage). This did present some problems going through the catch in the morning and as a result decided against using a trap, but to just rely on the walls.
Now, when I first arrived I was deciding where to put the 160w MBT Tripod set-up that I had brought, and then on inspection of the cottage, to the rear was a wall mounted bulb that was water-proofed, it turned out to be a 250w Mercury Vapour bulb, result! All I had to do was flick the switch on at dusk then check the wall in the morning. I decided to set-up my other light at the front of the property over-looking the wood.
The surrounding habitat looked perfect, adjacent woodland, a good sized garden and positioned on top of a hill to intercept anything that was flying across, there was also no light pollution at all.
Here is the complete list from those 7 nights, Starred species are new species to me.



MACRO MOTHS

Orange Swift (Hepialus sylvina)
Lemonia taraxaci *
Antheraea yamamai *
Scalloped Hook-tip (Falcaria lacertinaria)
Oak Hook-tip (Watsonalla binaria)
Barred Hook-tip (Watsonalla cultraria)
Pebble Hook-tip (Drepana falcataria)
Scarce Hook-tip (Sabra harpagula) *
Peach Blossom (Thyatira batis)
Buff Arches (Habrosyne pyritoides)
Little Emerald (Jodis lactearia) *
Maiden’s Blush (Cyclophora punctaria)
Clay Triple-lines (Cyclophora linearia)
Mocha sp. *
Blood-vein (Timandra comai)
Streaked Wave (Scopula virgulata) *
Lesser Cream Wave (Scopula immutata)
Bright Wave (Idaea ochrata cantiata) *
Small Fan-footed Wave (Idaea biselata
Single-dotted Wave (Idaea dimidiate)
Riband Wave (Idaea aversata)
Gem (Orthonama obstipata) *
Flame Carpet (Xanthorhoe decoloraria)
Red Twin-spot Carpet (Xanthorhoe spadicearia)
Royal Mantle (Catarhoe cuculata) *
Yellow Shell (Camptogramma bilineata)
Purple Bar (Cosmorhoe ocellata)
Small Phoenix (Ecliptopera silaceata)
Red-green Carpet (Chloroclysta siterata)
Pine Carpet (Thera firmata) *
Cloaked Carpet (Euphyia biangulata) *
Small Rivulet (Perizoma alchemillata)
Freyer’s Pug (Eupithecia intricata)
Plain Pug (Eupithecia simpliciata)
Treble Bar (Aplocera plagiata)
Small White Wave (Asthena albulata)
Small Seraphim (Pterapherapteryx sexalata)
Clouded Border (Lomaspilis marginata)
Peacock Moth (Macaria notata)
Tawny-barred Angle (Macaria liturata)
Latticed Heath (Chiasmia clathrata)
Large Thorn (Ennomos autumnaria)
August Thorn (Ennomos quercinaria)
September Thorn (Ennomos erosaria)
Lunar Thorn (Selenia lunularia) *
Luna Beauty (Ascotis selenaria)*
Willow Beauty (Peribatodes rhomboidaria)
Feathered Beauty (Peribatodes secundaria) *
Pale Oak Beauty (Hypomecis punctinalis)
The Engrailed (Ectropis bistortata)
Common White Wave (Cabera pusaria)
Light Emerald (Campaea margaritata)
Barred Red (Hylaea fasciaria)
Convolvulus Hawk-moth (Agrius convolvuli) *
Poplar Hawk-moth (Laothoe populi)
Elephant Hawk-moth (Deilephila elpenor)
Small Elephant Hawk-moth (Deilephila porcellus)
Buff-tip (Phalera bucephala)
Lobster Moth (Stauropus fagi)
Iron Prominent (Notodonta dromedaries)
Three-humped Prominent (Notodonta tritophus) *
Pebble Prominent (Notodonta ziczac)
Lesser Swallow Prominent (Pheosia gnoma)
Swallow Prominent (Pheosia tremula)
Coxcomb Prominent (Ptilodon capucina)
Maple Prominent (Ptilodon cucullina)
Clostera anastomosis *
Oak Processionary (Thaumetopoea processionea) *
The Vapourer (Orgyia antique)
Yellow-tail (Euproctis similis)
Rosy Footman (Miltochrista miniata)
Scarce Footman (Eilema complana)
Buff Footman (Eilema depressa)
Four-spotted Footman (Lithosia quadra) *
Buff Ermine (Spilosoma luteum)
Ruby Tiger (Phragmatobia fuliginosa)
Jersey Tiger (Euplagia quadripunctaria)
Small Black Arches (Meganola strigula) *
Kent Black Arches (Meganola albula)
Turnip Moth Agrotis segetum
Heart & Dart (Agrotis exclamationis)
Flame Shoulder (Ochropleura plecta)
Plain Clay (Eugnorisma depuncta) *
Large Yellow Underwing (Noctua pronuba)
Lesser Yellow Underwing (Noctua comes)
Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing (Noctua fimbriata)
Pearly Underwing (Peridroma saucia) *
Seta











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bentley continental flying spur





ENGINE
Engine Capacity 5998cc
Max. Power 552bhp / 560 PS / 412kW @ 6100rpm
Max.Torque 650Nm, 479 lb-ft @ 1600rpm-6100rpm
Compression Ratio 9.0:1
Emission Level EU4 / LEV2
Fuel 98 (95) RON

DRIVELINE AND TRANSMISSION
Continuous all-wheel drive
6-speed automatic transmission

PERFORMANCE
Max. Speed 194mph / 312km/h
Acceleration 0 - 60mph 4.9 seconds
Acceleration 0 - 100km/h 5.2 seconds
Power rating based on 98 RON fuel

FUEL CONSUMPTION
EU DRIVE CYCLE
Urban 11.2mpg 25.3 litres/100km
Extra-Urban 24.3mpg 11.6 litres/100km
Combined 17.0mpg 16.6 litres/100km
Co2 emissions (combined) 396g/km
EPA DRIVE CYCLE
City Driving 10 USmpg
Highway Driving 17 USmpg

WEIGHTS AND VOLUMES
Kerb Weight 2440kg
Gross Vehicle Weight 2940kg
Front Axle Weight 1545kg
Rear Axle Weight 1395kg
Boot Volume 475L 0.47m3 (16.7cu-ft)
Fuel tank capacity 90L 19.8 Gallons / 23.8 US Gallons

DIMENSIONS
Overall Length 5290mm 208.27in
Width across mirrors 2118mm 83.39in
Width with Mirrors Folded 1976mm 77.80in
Overall Height 1475mm 58.07in
Wheel Base 3065mm 120.67in
Track Front / Rear 1623 / 1607mm 63.90 / 63.27in

EXTERIOR SPECIFICATION
Traditional Bentley matrix grille integrated into bonnet and famed black winged ‘B’ badge to radiator shell, boot lid and wheel centres
Twin Bi-Xenon headlamps with integrated washer jets
Rear LED tail-lighting and discreet high level stop-lamp execution to lower screen
Bentley branded front brake callipers (gloss black)
Electronic Tyre Pressure Monitor (TPM)
Electronic cruise control
Colour keyed electronically adjustable door mirrors with heating, power folding and memory function – electronically linked to internal rear view mirror
Keyless entry and keyless ignition
Power latching to all doors for easy entry / exit
Rain-sensing windscreen wipers
Choice of 16 exterior paint colours
Bright chromed upper grille
Twin oval stainless steel tail pipes
19'' 5-spoke alloy sports wheels in painted finish

INTERIOR SPECIFICATION
Full premium grade leather hide interior – choice of 17 colours
Carpets and safety belts to match all hides
Steering column mounted gearshift paddles
Engine start / stop button (linked to keyless entry / start system)
Burr Walnut unbleached premium veneer to fascia, upper door trim, and front and rear console
Infotainment system incorporating DVD Satellite Navigation and hi-fi system with rear remote control
6xCD changer incorporated in the glove compartment
Satellite radio (Sirius) (N.America only)
Bluetooth® telephone system with remote SIM access profile (rSAP) integrated into infotainment system
Telephone voice dialling (N/A Japan)
Electronic park brake with move-off assist (move-off assist N/A N.America)
Electronically-adjustable front seats with lumbar massage, memory and heating settings
Four-zone electronic climate control
Full width rear seat with sculptured outer seats incorporating lumbar massage and heating settings
Rear centre armrest with stowage and twin cupholders
Single tone, hide-trimmed multi-function steering wheel in a 4-spoke design
Foot-pedal with Bentley ‘B’ emblem
Hide and chrome trimmed gear lever with manual shift change facility









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2011
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