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Potteric Carr Sightings: May 2018

Posted: Tuesday 1st May 2018 by Potteric

Black-necked grebes - credit Adrian AndruchiwBlack-necked grebes - credit Adrian Andruchiw

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24th May - Thursday

Redshank (taken on 13th) - credit Allen Holmes

Redshank (taken on 13th) - credit Allen Holmes


  • 19 Mute Swan - and 7 young
  • 17 Greylag geese
  • 4 Canada geese
  • 64 Gadwall
  • 3 Teal
  • 3 Shoveler
  • 38 Pochard
  • 21 Tufted duck
  • 1 Bittern
  • 4 Little egret
  • 3 Little grebe
  • 4 Great crested grebe
  • 2 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Buzzard
  • 1 Kestrel
  • 2 Hobby
  • 1 Water rail - from Beeston Hide
  • 4 Avocet
  • 1 Oystercatcher
  • 1 Redshank
  • 40+ Swift
  • 1 Jay
  • 6 Cetti's warbler
  • 5 Chiffchaff
  • 2 Willow warbler
  • 10 Blackcap
  • 5 Whitethroat
  • 11 Reed warbler
  • 3 Reed bunting

Butterflies: 4 Speckled wood

Records received from DB  


Pammene Regiana, a New Moth Record for Potteric Carr

We have already reported on two new moth records for Potteric Carr discovered in 2018, specifically Bankesia conspurcatella and Prays ruficeps. Rather belatedly, I can report a third new record, that of Pammene regiana.

Pammene regiana is a fairly common but also striking Tortricid moth, dark brown, with a large pale yellow dorsal blotch on the forewing. Its larva feeds on the seeds of sycamore and, when full grown, it descends to the base of the tree and pupates in a cocoon under the flaky bark of the trunk.

Last winter we found a few cocoons of Pammene regiana in Beeston Plantation and we managed to rear one moth on 4th April 2018.

Ian and Janet Heppenstall


Moth Trapping Report for Monday Night, 21st May

Nothing new or especially exciting amongst the 30 species trapped. Nevertheless, there were a few species of note, particularly a single Marbled White-spot and 2 Alder Moths; also Eyed Hawk-moth (1); Treble Lines (1); Orange Footman (3); Swallow Prominent (1); the colourful Tortricid, Eulia ministrana; and Monopis weaverella (2).

Ian Heppenstall, Harry Beaumont, Janet Heppenstall


22nd May - Tuesday

Marsh harrier (taken on 2nd) - credit Steve Ditch

Marsh harrier (taken on 2nd) - credit Steve Ditch


  • 2 Mute swan - with 7 young on cell 4
  • 1 Shelduck - West Scrape
  • 56 Gadwall
  • 3 Shoveler
  • 13 Pochard
  • 9 Tufted duck
  • 5 Little egret - Loversall pool
  • 6 Little grebe
  • 3 Great crested grebe
  • 2 Black-necked grebe
  • 3 Marsh harrier - male and 2 females
  • 1 Sparrowhawk - over Piper Marsh
  • 3 Buzzard
  • 6 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 4 Lapwing - and 1 young on West Scrape
  • 2 Oystercatcher - West Scrape
  • 2 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 1 Great spotted woodpecker
  • 100+ Swift - present all day but possibly some movement
  • 4 Cetti's warbler
  • 2 Willow warbler - one near dragonfly ponds and one at Piper Marsh Scrub
  • 3 Pied wagtail - 2 at West Scrape and one at Decoy lake

Butterflies: 4 Speckled wood 1 Small tortoiseshell 2 Orange tip

Other: Roe deer, Water vole in Division Drain

Records received from KL, MAB, RCC, SB, DC, visitor reports 


21st May - Monday

Blackspotted pliers support beetle - credit Derek Parker

Blackspotted pliers support beetle - credit Derek Parker


  • 2 Cuckoo - one calling beyond Rossington Bank and one around Willow Pool

Butterflies: Orange tip, Brimstone, Speckled wood

Moths: Cinnabar

Dragonflies: Four-spotted chaser

Bugs: Blackspotted pliers support beetle, Thistle tortoise beetle, Alder beetles, Red-headed cardinal beetle, Alder fly, Flesh-fly, Zebra spider, Common stretch spider

Records received from DP


20th May - Sunday (includes WeBS count)

Fox and Rabbit - credit Allen Holmes

Marsh harrier - credit Adrian Andruchiw

Fox and Rabbit - credit Allen Holmes

Marsh harrier - credit Adrian Andruchiw


  • 21 Mute Swan
  • 13 Canada geese
  • 58 Gadwall
  • 37 Mallard - also 8 young on Loversall Pool
  • 2 Shoveler - Piper Marsh. Unusually scarce.
  • 25 Pochard
  • 36 Tufted duck
  • 1 Cormorant
  • 2 Bittern - one booming and one flying
  • 5 Little egret
  • 1 Grey heron
  • 18 Little grebe
  • 12 Great crested grebe
  • 5 Black-necked grebe
  • 2 Marsh harrier
  • 1 Sparrowhawk
  • 4 Buzzard
  • 1 Hobby - hunting dragonflies at Huxter Well Marsh
  • 2 Water rail - Willow Marsh
  • 5 Moorhen
  • 65 Coot
  • 6 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 3 Oystercatcher
  • 15 Lapwing - also a chick
  • 1 Ringed plover - West Scrape
  • 1 Little ringed plover - West Scrape
  • 1 Redshank - West Scrape
  • Black-headed gull - all nests have been abandoned except for 11 on cell 1b and 2 on Old Eaa
  • 1 Common tern - Huxter Well Marsh
  • 1 Cuckoo - calling early morning in the East Scrape area
  • 7 Swift - high up over the reserve
  • 1 Jay - over Piper Marsh
  • 4 Cetti's warbler
  • 1 Treecreeper - Access Track
  • 1 Song thrush - singing behind VC
  • 1 Pied wagtail
  • 1 Bullfinch - near the compound

Dragonflies/Damselflies: dozens of Four-spotted chasers, one Broad-bodied chaser, one Hairy dragonfly, lots of Large red, Azure & Blue-tailed damselflies with Emeralds starting to show

Other: 2 Fox, 7 Roe deer

Records received from SB, DC, RB, SBu, SC, JK, SR, AA, AHo, MR


19th May - Saturday

Mute swan chasing off a Roe deer (taken on 17th at Piper Marsh) - credit Kieron Wobschall

Mute swan chasing off a Roe deer - credit Kieron Wobschall


  • 2 Shelduck - pair at West Scrape
  • 4 Shoveler - pairs on Piper Marsh and cell 1b
  • 1 Bittern - booming occasionally
  • 2 Little egret - Loversall pool
  • 3 Grey heron
  • 3 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Marsh harrier - female
  • 2 Buzzard - over Decoy Marsh and Seven Arches Carr
  • 2 Hobby - Huxter Well Marsh
  • 2 Water rail - one calling on Reedbed Filtration Ponds and one feeding in the channel from Beeston Hide
  • 8 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 6 Lapwing - plus one young on West Scrape
  • 1 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 2 Stock dove - over VC
  • 2 Cuckoo
  • 2 Swift - east
  • 1 Jay
  • 1 Swallow - north
  • 2 Sedge warbler - near Mitchell Hide
  • 2 Reed warbler - collecting nesting material in front of West Scrape Hide
  • 2 Pied wagtail - West Scrape
  • 2 Reed bunting - pair at Piper Marsh

Butterflies: Dingy skipper laying eggs at Reedbed Filtration Ponds and Common blue

Other: Grass snake in Black Carr Field, Small China-mark moth

Records received from SB, RB, HW, RBe, L&GB


18th May - Friday

Bittern - credit Allen Holmes

Black-necked grebe - credit Martin Roper

Bittern - credit Allen Holmes

Black-necked grebe - credit Martin Roper


  • 1 Bittern - in flight and on banking and ditch in front of Mitchell Hide
  • 2 Little egret
  • 5 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Marsh harrier - female
  • 1 Buzzard
  • 2 Hobby
  • 8 Avocet
  • 1 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 1 Garden warbler - collecting insects in front of St Cath's Hide

Dragonflies/Damselflies: 5 Hairy hawker, 3 Broad-bodied chaser, a good emergence of 33 Four-spotted chaser, early male and female Banded demoiselle

Other: 1 Brimstone, 1 Red admiral

Records received from AHo, DW, IH, JH


17th May - Thursday

Coot feeding young - credit Amy Thompson

Coot feeding young - credit Amy Thompson


  • 8 Canada goose - pr with 4 new young on Decoy Lake and a pair at the tern raft
  • 1 Shelduck - West Scrape
  • 6 Mallard - female with 5 young Piper Marsh
  • 1 Shoveler - male on West Scrape
  • 1 Little egret - flew over VC
  • 4 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Marsh harrier - male
  • 1 Hobby - St Cath's Field
  • 1 Water rail - singing at East Scrape
  • 8 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 1 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 22 Black-headed gull - 11 pairs on the tern raft on cell 1b
  • 40 Swift - over Huxter Well Marsh
  • 5 Cetti's warbler - singing
  • 1 Pied wagtail - Decoy Lake
  • 1 Greenfinch - singing from song perch at the M18 end of Big Hedge
  • 1 Linnet - near Tofield Hide

Records received from DC, MR


16th May - Wednesday

Large red damselflies - credit Deb Ross

Large red damselflies - credit Deb Ross


  • 1 Cuckoo

Records received from PP per DC


Moth Trapping Report for Monday Night, 14th May

The Seraphim and Poplar hawk moth - credit Janet Heppenstall

The Seraphim - credit Janet Heppenstall

Poplar hawk moth - credit Janet Heppenstall


We were pleased to see a good number of moths in the trap, considering the lateness of the season and the fact that it had been a clear night. The total of 27 species trapped was, in fact, about average for this time of year. Best of all, there was a new record for Potteric. Prays ruficeps is a species only recently separated from Prays fraxinella. Two examples were trapped and it may, in the future, prove to be the more frequently recorded of the two species at Potteric Carr. Both species have the same foodplant, ash, and similar lifestyles.

3 Orange Footman, 1 White-pinion Spotted and 1 Seraphim were the most noteworthy of the remainder.

Ian Heppenstall, Janet Heppenstall and Harry Beaumont


A Nationally Rare Moth Discovered at Potteric Carr

On 6th April, 2018, Janet spotted a micro moth caught in a spider’s web. The moth, although dead, was in reasonable condition and had probably got caught in the web the previous night. On critical examination, the moth proved to be a male Bankesia conspurcatella, an incredibly rare moth with only one previous Yorkshire record (Thorne Moors, 1985.) As this moth was so rare, it required verification by the County Micro-lepidoptera Recorder, Harry Beaumont, who, in fact, identified the Thorne Moors moths. We are pleased to say that Harry was recently able to confirm the identification.

Bankesia conspurcatella is not only rare in Yorkshire but nationally as well, so rare in fact that it has been given the highest possible conservation status (Proposed Red Data Book 1). Outside of South Yorkshire, there are only 5 other UK locations where the moth has been discovered.

Bankesia conspurcatella is a member of the family Psychidae, also known as Bagworms because the larvae live in cases constructed of debris (lichens, algae etc). The larva of Bankesia conspurcatella feeds from its larval case on leaf litter.

Ian and Janet Heppenstall


15th May - Tuesday

Four-spotted chaser - credit Allen Holmes

Dingy skipper - credit Keith Lynes

Four-spotted chaser - credit Allen Holmes

Dingy skipper - credit Keith Lynes


  • 5 Shelduck
  • 15 Gadwall
  • Mallard - with 12 young on West Scrape
  • 1 Shoveler
  • 16 Pochard
  • 20 Tufted duck
  • 1 Bittern - booming
  • 2 Little egret - Loversall Pool
  • 1 Grey heron
  • 4 Little grebe
  • 5 Great crested grebe
  • 4 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Marsh harrier - cc over Huxter Well Marsh
  • 1 Hobby - over Huxter Well Marsh
  • 9 Lapwing - including 2 young on West Scrape
  • 4 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 5 Dunlin - on West Scrape early morning
  • 2 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 9 Lesser black-backed gull
  • 3 Cetti's warbler

Butterflies: 7 Orange tip, 1 Peacock, 6 Speckled wood, 1 Brimstone, 1 Dingy skipper

Other: 1 Roe Deer on Piper Marsh, Broad-bodied chaser

Records received from KL, MAB


14th May - Monday

Canada geese (taken on 9th) - credit Ian Revitt

Canada geese - credit Ian Revitt


  • 2 Canada geese - with one young on East Scrape
  • 4 Mallard - females with 6 young on Piper Marsh, 11 and 5 young on West Scrape and 10 young on Loversall Pool
  • 10 Pochard - cell 2a, 8 males and 2 females
  • 2 Bittern - one booming
  • 3 Little egret - Loversall Pool
  • 1 Grey heron - Huxter Well Marsh
  • 8 Great crested grebe - cell 1b
  • 5 Black-necked grebe
  • 3 Marsh harrier - male and 2 females
  • 1 Sparrowhawk
  • 2 Buzzard - over Huxter Well Marsh
  • 2 Hobby - catching dragonflies most of the day over Huxter Well Marsh
  • 1 Water rail - calling on East Scrape
  • 8 Avocet - West Scrape, one had colour rings
  • 3 Lapwing - a pair brought 2 young on to West Scrape at midday plus the one from yesterday
  • 1 Ringed plover - on West Scrape early morning
  • 6 Dunlin - on West Scrape early morning
  • 1 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 2 Lesser black-backed gull - Decoy Lake
  • 1 Blue tit - nest box has an incredible 18 eggs!!
  • 6 Cetti's warbler - singing
  • 1 Pied wagtail - West Scrape

Other: 2 Brown hare, Hairy dragonfly egg-laying at Loversall Delph

Records received from SB, RB, MR, NN, AHo


13th May - Sunday

Lapwing chick and Dunlins - credit Allen Holmes

Lapwing chick - credit Allen Holmes

Dunlins - credit Allen Holmes


  • 1 GARGANEY - male on West Scrape
  • 1 Bittern - booming
  • 4 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Marsh harrier
  • 6 Avocet - including the French ringed bird
  • 2 Oystercatcher
  • 1 Lapwing chick
  • 7 Dunlin
  • 1 Redshank

Dragonflies: 3 Four-spotted chaser, 1 Hairy dragonfly

Other: 2 Fox, 1 Roe deer

Records received from SC, AHo


12th May - Saturday

Marsh harrier - credit Allen Holmes

Marsh harrier - credit Allen Holmes


  • 2 Bittern - both booming
  • 5 Black-necked grebe - visitor report
  • 2 Marsh harrier
  • 3 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 1 Oystercatcher - over
  • 2 Redshank - West Scrape

Records received from AHo


11th May - Friday

Hobby - credit Nidge Nilsen

Hobby - credit Nidge Nilsen


  • 2 Shelduck – pair on West Scrape
  • 8 Mallard – ducklings West Scrape
  • 3 Shoveler – pair on Piper Marsh and male on West Scrape
  • 5 Pochard – Piper Marsh
  • 5 Cormorant – cell 1b
  • 2 Little egret – St Cath's Field
  • 3 Marsh harrier – male and 2 females
  • 1 Sparrowhawk – Huxter Well Marsh
  • 2 Buzzard – over Piper Marsh
  • 1 Kestrel – near VC
  • 2 Hobby – Hawking over Huxter Well Marsh
  • 2 Avocet – West Scrape
  • 2 Lapwing – singles on West Scrape and Central Grassland
  • 1 Redshank – West Scrape
  • 20 Black-headed gull – ten pairs on tern raft on cell 1b
  • 1 Lesser black-backed gull - imm. took a duckling
  • 2 Stock dove – over
  • 40+ Swift – over Huxter Well Marsh
  • 3 Jackdaw – West Scrape
  • 1 Sedge warbler – singing in ring main reeds
  • 1 Reed warbler – singing in ring main reeds
  • 30+ Starling – feeding flock on Central Grassland, 1 carried food towards Bessacarr
  • 1 Pied wagtail – West Scrape

Dragonflies: 3 Four-spotted chaser

Records received from DC, SB, RB


10th May - Thursday

Broad-bodied chaser and Great crested newt - credit Alan Draper

Broad-bodied chaser - credit Alan Draper

Great crested newt - credit Alan Draper


  • 2 Shelduck
  • 2 Shoveler
  • 1 Bittern - booming
  • 1 Heron
  • 8 Little grebe
  • 3 Great crested grebe
  • 3 Black-necked grebe
  • 2 Marsh harrier
  • 1 Sparrowhawk
  • 3 Buzzard
  • 5 Hobby - Huxter Well Marsh
  • 3 Avocet
  • 1 Redshank
  • 20+ Swift
  • 3 Cetti's warbler
  • 6 Chiffchaff
  • 3 Willow warbler
  • 6 Blackcap
  • 2 Whitethroat
  • 8 Reed warbler
  • 2 Reed bunting

Other: Great crested newt on path near dipping ponds, Common blue damselfly, Broad-bodied chaser

Records received from DB, ADr, AD, visitor reports


9th May - Wednesday

Garganey and Fox - credit Richard Scott

Garganey - credit Richard Scott

Fox - credit Richard Scott


  • 1 Shelduck - West Scrape
  • Mallard - female with 12 young on West Scrape
  • 1 Teal - male on West Scrape
  • 1 GARGANEY - male arrived on West Scrape at 7.45am with the Teal
  • 9 Pochard - 8m and 1f on cell 1b
  • 1 Goosander - a late male flew west
  • 1+ Bittern - booming
  • 2 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Marsh harrier - cc
  • 2 Hobby - Huxter Well Marsh
  • 1 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 2 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 11 Lesser black-backed gull - cell 1b
  • 3 Herring gull - (one with yellow legs) cell 1b
  • 1 Great black-backed gull - cell 1b
  • 7 Cetti's warbler
  • 1 Mistle thrush - St Caths Field

Other: Fox in front of Mitchell Hide

Records received from RJS, AD


8th May - Tuesday

Hairy dragonfly - credit Rob Mokryj

Hairy hawker - credit Rob Mokryj


  • 3 Egyptian geese - over
  • 2 Shelduck - West Scrape
  • 7 Gadwall - also adult with 12 young on West Scrape
  • 1 Teal - male on cell 2a
  • 28 Pochard
  • 13 Tufted duck
  • 2 Bittern
  • 1 Little egret - St Catherines Field
  • 1 Grey heron
  • 6 Little grebe
  • 6 Great crested grebe
  • 3 Black-necked grebe
  • 2 Marsh harrier - male and female
  • 1 Sparrowhawk
  • 3 Buzzard
  • 1 Hobby - Huxter Well Marsh
  • 5 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 4 Lapwing
  • 1 Little ringed plover - West Scrape
  • 1 Dunlin - flew over cell 1b
  • 1 WOOD SANDPIPER - West Scrape (MAB et al)
  • 2 Redshank - West Scrape
  • Black-headed gull - only c30 nests
  • 6 Lesser black-backed gull - cell 1b
  • 2 Herring gull - cell 1b
  • 20 Swift
  • 1 Willow tit - Willow Pool
  • 2 Skylark - singing on Grassy Knoll
  • 5 Cetti's warbler
  • 3 Song thrush - 2 just fledged near Piper Marsh hide
  • 2 Linnet - near Tofield Hide

Butterflies: 20+ Orange tip, 4 Brimstone, 3 Comma, 1 Peacock, 3 Common blue, 10 Speckled wood, Large whites and Small whites

Dragonflies: 1 Four-spotted chaser and 2 Hairy dragonfly at Loversall Delph 

Other: 3 Hornets (all queens) compound, cell 2b and Old Eaa, Muntjac in Black Carr Field

Records received from KL, MAB, GD, SB, DC, MB, DW, RM, DP, Tuesday Volunteer Team


Ringing Recovery

Details have just been received of the colour-ringed Common sandpiper seen on 24th June 2017. The bird was ringed at Corn Close, near Sedbergh, Cumbria on 3rd May 2017. Click here for full details.


6th May - Sunday

Whitethroat - credit Allen Holmes

Hairy dragonfly - credit Darren Wozencroft

Whitethroat - credit Allen Holmes

Hairy hawker - credit Darren Wozencroft


  • 1 Bittern - booming
  • 2 Black-necked grebe
  • 1 Marsh harrier
  • 1 Sparrowhawk
  • 1 Buzzard
  • 1 Kestrel
  • 1 Avocet
  • 2 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 4+ Garden warbler
  • 1 Wheatear - female on Black Carr Field
  • 1 Linnet - near Tofield Hide

Dragonflies/Damselflies: 1 Hairy dragonfly in Loversall Field, 4 Azure damselfly, c30 Large red damselfly

Butterflies: 4 Brimstone, 2 Large white, 15 Small/Green-veined white, 14 Orange tip, 1 Holly blue, 1 Comma, 7 Peacock, 7 Speckled wood

Records received from SC, MR, DW, visitor reports per AW


5th May - Saturday

Reed warbler - credit Allen Holmes

Reed warbler - credit Allen Holmes


  • 1 Bittern - booming
  • 2 Little egret
  • 2 Marsh harrier
  • 1 OSPREY - flew over at 1.15pm
  • 1 Avocet - West Scrape
  • 1 Common sandpiper - West Scrape
  • 3 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 1 Kingfisher

Other: Grass snake, 2 Roe deer, Fox

Records received from AHo, visitor reports per AW


4th May - Friday

Hobby - credit Allen Holmes

Black-necked grebes - credit Dave Thompson

Hobby - credit Allen Holmes

Black-necked grebes - credit Dave Thompson


  • 4 Shelduck- West Scrape
  • 2 Bittern - male on West Scrape and one booming on Huxter Well Marsh
  • 2 Black-necked grebe
  • 2 Marsh harrier - female and cc
  • 2 Hobby
  • 8+ Whitethroat

Butterflies: Speckled wood, Orange tip, Peacock and Green-veined white

Other: Grass snake crossed the channel in front of Beeston Hide, Large red damselfly near Tofield hide

Records received from AD, AHo


3rd May - Thursday

Lapwing - credit Steve Martin

Lapwing - credit Steve Martin


  • 4 Shelduck
  • 1 Bittern - booming
  • 1 Little egret
  • 6 Great crested grebe - including a pair displaying
  • 1 Marsh harrier
  • 1 Avocet
  • 2 Redshank
  • 4 Cetti's warbler
  • 1 Whitethroat
  • 2 Pied wagtail

Butterflies: 2 Orange tip, 3 Peacock

Records received from AA


1st May - Tuesday

  • 4 Shelduck
  • 18 Gadwall
  • 5 Teal
  • 2 Shoveler
  • 4 Pochard
  • 10 Tufted duck
  • 2 Bittern - including one booming
  • 1 Little egret - West Scrape
  • 9 Little grebe
  • 3 Great crested grebe
  • 2 Black-necked grebe
  • 2 Marsh harrier - male and female
  • 2 Sparrowhawk
  • 5+ Buzzard
  • 3 Lapwing
  • 2 Redshank - West Scrape
  • 3 Snipe - from Duchess Hide
  • 4 Lesser black-backed gull
  • 2 Herring gull
  • 1 Stock dove
  • c15 Swift
  • 1 Great spotted woodpecker - Black Carr Wood
  • 1 Jay - Black Carr Wood
  • c10 Sand martin
  • c8 House martin
  • 6 Cetti's warbler
  • 1 Garden warbler - near Piper Marsh Hide
  • 5+ Whitethroat
  • 1 Pied wagtail - over VC
  • 2 Bullfinch
  • 2 Reed bunting - Seven Arches Carr

Butterflies: c25 Orange tip, 5 Speckled wood, 3 Peacock, 3 Brimstone, 2 Green-veined white, 1 Red admiral, 6 Small white

Other: Fox at Loversall Pool, 5 Roe deer

Buffer Area - Carr Lodge

  • Fox, 3 Roe deer, Grass snake, 3 Brimstone butterfly, 1 Peacock butterfly, 1 The Drinker moth caterpillar

Records received from KL, BGAB, MAB, Tuesday Volunteer Team per DP, DC, SB

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