It was the latest of six to hit the Hebridean island (panorama viewing here) in February, according to the British Geological Survey (BGS). The series of earthquakes then passed along the line from Islay in Argyll to Fair Isle, (right) between Orkney and Shetland.
The island is best known for its style of knitted patterns and its unique wrens had quakes of a 3.2 magnitude from an epicentre 2 miles offshore and 1.9 miles down.
(Two thirds of the depth of the detonations engineered by oil and gas extractions through the controversial fracking process notes For Argyll (waving its wooden spoon happily!)
That quake was timed at 2.59pm by the sensors of the British Geological Survey.