Welcome

My Blog's aim is to promote and encourage others to participate in the wonderful hobby that is Moth-trapping.
So why do we do it? well for some people it is to get an insight into the world of Moths, for others it is to build a list of species much like 'Twitching' in the Bird world.
The reason I do it....you never know what you might find when you open up that trap!
I hope to show what different species inhabit our Country by getting people aware of what is out there.
On this Blog you will find up-to-date records and pictures.
I run a trap regularly in my garden in Hertfordshire and enjoy doing field trips to various localities within Hertfordshire and Essex

Please also check out the links in the sidebar to the right for other people's Blogs and informative Websites.

Thanks for looking & happy Mothing!

KEY

NFY = New Species For The Year
NFG = New Species For The Garden
NEW! = New Species For My Records

Any Species highlighted in RED signifies a totally new species for my records.

If you have any questions or enquiries then please feel free to email me
Contact Email : bensale@rocketmail.com
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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Weekend mothing and end of week round-up

Going back to Wednesday whilst washing up after dinner, I noticed a moth crawling up our patio door (this happens often for some unknown reason. Last night there was a Scalloped Oak just sitting there...there wasn't even my trap on or the kitchen light, it's as if they want to let me know that they are there!)
I potted it up carefully and on quick inspection thought it was my second garden record of Acrolepiopsis assectella, the Leek Moth.
But a more thorough look and a quick pot shot revealed that is was an Acrolepia autumnitella, a species I have never seen before and not a common moth in Hertfordshire.


Moving on to the main event, last night I ran the trap again after a relatively mild day with highs of 22 degrees, I must of admit I didn't think I would like doing a car boot sale yesterday, but it I was pleasantly surprised and coupled with the sunny day it made it feel much better.
A bit of a chilly start again this morning and more akin to an October morning, but there were plenty of moths to ponder over.
There seems to be a severe lack of Yellow Underwings this year for some reason with just one's and two's recorded each time I trap. Normally I get 10-15+. 
Other than that a nice splash of colour with a yearly appearance of Magpie moth and a pair of Pammene aurita's.



Catch Report -  01/08/15 - Back Garden - Stevenage - 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap

Macro Moths

1x Small Rivulet [NFY]
1x Magpie moth [NFY]
1x Maple Pug
1x Yellow Shell
1x Buff Ermine
2x Double Square-spot
2x Nut-tree Tussock
12x Common Rustic
1x Dwarf Cream Wave
2x Riband Wave
1x Willow Beauty
1x Single-dotted Wave
2x Common Footman
1x Common White Wave
2x September Thorn
2x Peppered Moth
1x Least Carpet
1x Double-striped Pug
1x Uncertain
2x Scalloped Oak
1x Lackey
1x Silver Y
3x Dark Arches
2x Large Yellow Underwing
2x Straw Underwing
1x Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
1x Mottled Rustic
1x Bright-line Brown-eye
1x July Highflyer
1x Cabbage Moth
1x Small Fan-footed Wave

Micro Moths

1x Acrolepia autumnitella [NEW!]
1x Acrobasis advenella [NFY]
2x Spilonota laricana [NFY]
2x Pammene aurita [NFY]
1x Tinea pellionella
1x Eudonia mercurella
3x Chrysoteuchia culmella
1x Cydia fagiglandana
1x Bryotropha terrella
6x Agriphila straminella
4x Agriphila tristella
1x Coleophora sp
1x Ambylptilia acanthdactyla
1x Celypha lacunana
2x Pleuroptya ruralis
1x Anania coronata
1x Blastobasis adustella
1x Yponomeuta evonymella
4x Spilonota ocellana
1x Batia unitella
2x Acleris variegana
1x Eudonia lacustrata
1x Clepsis consimilana
1x Pyrausta aurata
1x Aphomia sociella 

Pammene aurita - Pair













Magpie Moth










Small Rivulet












Acrolepia autumnitella











Maple Pug










Spilonota laricana











Tinea pellionella

Friday, 31 July 2015

Belated garden post

It really has been manic lately and I haven't even had time to type up Tuesday's report, so here it is.
Another cracking night and right just before the wind switched round and it was blowing cool Northerlies, in fact this morning it got to as low as 7 degrees, at the end of July? Is unprecedented. 
Both Cydia fagiglandana and Agapeta zoegana were new for the garden.
A really nice brown and rusty coloured Straw Underwing caught my eye, I usually get quite grey examples of this species.


Catch Report -  28/07/15 - Back Garden - Stevenage - 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap

Macro Moths

1x Wormwood Pug [NFY]
1x Tawny Speckled Pug [NFY]
1x Black Arches [NFY]
1x Buff-tip
1x Peppered Moth
1x Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
1x Smoky Wainscot
1x Heart & Dart
1x Dun-bar
2x Straw Underwing
1x Uncertain
3x Dot Moth
1x Double Square-spot
3x Dark Arches
1x Light Arches
1x Poplar Hawk-moth
4x Silver Y
1x Least Carpet
1x Rustic
3x Large Yellow Underwing
3x Bright-line Brown-eye
2x Lesser Yellow Underwing
1x Mottled Beauty
2x Nut-tree Tussock
1x Cloaked Minor
1x Marbled Beauty
1x Engrailed
2x Riband Wave
25x Common Rustic
 
Micro Moths

1x Cydia fagiglandana [NFG]
1x Agapeta zoegana [NFG]
1x Agriphila tristella [NFY]
1x Cydia pomonella [NFY]
1x Gypsonoma dealbana
2x Emmelina monodactyla
1x Pammene regiana
2x Eudonia mercurella
4x Chrysoteuchia culmella
1x Bryotropha terrella
1x Ancylis achatana
2x Acentria ephemerella
1x Acleris forsskaleana
1x Celypha striana
4x Agriphila straminella
1x Celypha lacunana
3x Nomophila noctuella
1x Aphelia paleana
1x Cnephasia sp
1x Pleuroptya ruralis
1x Elachista apicipunctella
1x Acleris variegana
2x Eudonia lacustrata
1x Clepsis consimilana
 
 
Agriphila tristella











Black Arches












Gypsonoma dealbana











Straw Undewing











Tawny Speckled Pug









 
Wormwood Pug


Sunday, 26 July 2015

Moth deluge at Hexton for National Moth Night

Last Thursday we had a good night at Hexton, with 167 species in all, with two still pending identification.
It was a pretty good night weather wise as well with oodles of cloud cover and a very faint breeze and a minimum temperature at leaving time at 14 degrees.

It has taken me a few days to sort it all out but highlights were 8+ Royal Mantle, 1x Agriphila inquinatella, 1x Pyla fusca, 2x Wood Carpet, 2x Rosy Minor, 4x Barred Rivulet and no less than 10 Paratalanta hyalinalis, the rare Pyralid we discovered last year that hadn't been seen since 1937, evidently it is hear safe and sound and still in good numbers.
I didn't get to bed until 3am and was up at 6 so was thoroughly shattered!

The suspected Least Minor was just a very small Cloaked Minor (Least Minor is absent from the Herts list and most of the South)
The unusual Brocade sp that I took home has been agreed on just an unusual form of Dark Arches, I have certainly never seen anything like it. 
Thanks to all of the chaps that turned up and a great turn out of 7 people, with 3 others helping me pack up it made it a lot more bearable, so thank you!

Catch Report -  23/07/15 - Hexton Chalk Pit - 2x 125w MV Robinson Trap 1x 160w MBT Robinson Trap & 1x 80w Actinic + 26w CFL Suitcase Trap

167 Species - 95 Macros and 72 Micros

Macro Moths
 

2x Barred Rivulet [NEW!]
1x Barred Yellow
3x Beautiful Hook-tip
2x Black Arches
1x Bordered Sallow
3x Bright-line Brown-eye
5x Brimstone Moth
4x Brown Scallop
5x Brown-line Bright-eye
1x Buff Arches
3x Buff Footman
2x Burnished Brass
1x Campion
1x Chinese Character
10x Clay
6x Cloaked Minor
1x Clouded Border
2x Clouded Silver
2x Common Carpet
1x Common Footman

15+ Common Rustic
2x Common Wainscot
10x Dark Arches
1x Dark Umber
3x Dingy Footman
2x Dot Moth
10+ Double Square-spot
2x Dun-bar
2x Dusky Sallow
1x Dwarf Cream Wave
1x Ear Moth
1x Elephant Hawk-moth
1x Engrailed
5x Fern
3x Flame
4x Flame Shoulder

1x Garden Carpet
1x Green Arches
1x Grey/Dark Dagger (to be gen det)
1x Grey Pug

3x Haworth's Pug
1x Heart & Club
4x Heart & Dart
1x July Highflyer
1x Large Emerald
6x Large Twin-spot Carpet
5x Large Yellow Underwing
2x Latticed Heath
1x Least Carpet
2x Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
2x Lesser Yellow Underwing
2x Light Arches

1x Lime-speck Pug
1x Marbled Beauty
2x Marbled Minor
2x Mottled Beauty
1x Mottled Rustic
4x Nut-tree Tussock

1x Nutmeg
1x Pebble Prominent

1x Peppered Moth
2x Pretty Chalk Carpet
1x Purple Bar

5x Red Twin-spot Carpet
10x Riband Wave
2x Rosy Minor [NEW!]
8+ Royal Mantle
6x Ruby Tiger
8x Rustic
2x Scalloped Oak
10+ Scarce Footman
5x Shaded Broad-bar
10+x Silver Y
2x Single-dotted Wave
2x Slender Brindle
2x Slender Pug
1x Small Emerald
7x Small Fan-footed Wave
10x Small Phoenix
1x Small Scallop
2x Small Waved Umber
1x Small Yellow Wave
10x Smoky Wainscot
1x Snout
2x Spectacle
2x Straw Dot
2x Swallow-tailed Moth
2x Sycamore
1x Toadflax Pug
5x Uncertain
1x V-pug
1x White-spotted Pug
2x Wood Carpet
4x Yellow Shell
2x Yellow-tail
 
Micro Moths
 
10+ Paratalanta hyalinalis
2x Blastobasis adustella
1x Blastobasis lacticolella
2x Bryotropha terrella
1x Agriphila inquinatella 
1x Acleris aspersana
10+ Eucosma obumbratana
1x Eucosma hohenwartiana
1x Eucosma conterminana
15+ Eucosma cana
10+ Agapeta zoegana
3x Agapeta hamana
6x Agriphila straminea
1x Mompha subbistrigella
2x Clepsis consimilana
4x Pleuroptya ruralis
5x Pterophorus pentadactyla
3x Chrysoteuchia culmella
2x Plutella xylostella
10+ Eudonia lacustrata
5x Eudonia mercurella
3x Cnephasia sp
2x Carcina quercana
1x Batia lunaris
2x Syncopacma sp
5+ Endotricha flammealis
1x Agonopterix heracliana
2x Monopis weaverella
1x Blastodacna hellerella
1x Psyche casta (case)
2x Acleris forsskaleana
15+ Catoptria pinella
5x Acentria ephemerella
1x Helcystogramma rufescens
2x Udea prunalis
2x Cochylis hybridella
1x Cydia pomonella
1x Aphomia sociella
1x Hypsopygia costalis
2x Metzneria metzneriella
1x Acleris variegana
2x Aethes cnicana
2x Phycita roborella
1x Coleophora trifolii
2x Euzophera pinguis
1x Yponomeuta evonymella
10+ Crambus perlella
3x Stenoptilia pterodactyla
1x Archips xylosteana
1x Pseudargyrotoza conwagana
1x Acrobasis advenella
1x Oegoconia sp
1x Teleiodes vulgella
1x Oncocera semirubella
1x Notocelia uddmanniana
2x Emmelina monodactyla
1x Lobesia abscisana
2x Archips podana
1x Acrobasis consociella
1x Rhopobota naevana
2x Cydia fagiglandana
3x Acrobasis suavella
1x Pyla fusca
1x Pammene aurita
1x Ditula angustiorana
2x Scoparia subfusca
1x Scoparia ambigualis
1x Pos Scoparia basistrigalis (to be gen det)
1x Mompha raschkiella
2x Spilonota ocellana
1x Aphelia paleana
2x Agonopterix liturosa
1x Cochylimorpha straminea
 
Dagger sp













Rosy Minor












Royal Mantle











Wood Carpet










 
Pyla fusca










Paratalanta hyalinalis

Dark Arches












Cydia fagiglandana











Acleris aspersana











 
Agriphila inquinatella











Barred Rivulet













Cloaked Minor

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Beautiful Knights in White Satin with Swords in hand

..Lists i've written, never reaching the end...quite literally as I seem to always be writing down something new each time I trap. What a good time it is for moths after I was moaning something chronic back in April/May.
Some really good species last night and hence the play on the Moody Blues title, I managed a White Satin, Satin Beauty and 2 Dark Sword-grass.
The Satin Beauty is still quite a scarce moth in the County, but maybe it isn't? To the untrained and tired eyes perhaps it looks just like a worn Willow Beauty, but check out those antennae!
The general shape, size and appearance just didn't look right either and as always with moths, if you have the other confusion species in the same night to compare then it makes identification a much easier task. 
Sycamore surprised me. It is a species that I thought I had quite a good chance of catching, what with the 3 mature Sycamore trees running alongside the bridle path and within 50 metres of my light.
A pleasing 67 species in total.


Catch Report -  21/07/15 - Back Garden - Stevenage - 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap

Macro Moths

1x Satin Beauty [NFG]
1x Shaded Broad-bar [NFG]
1x Sycamore [NFG]
1x White Satin Moth [NFY]
1x Chinese Character [NFY]
1x Marbled Beauty
2x Cloaked Minor

2x Dark Sword-grass
1x Fern
3x Shuttle-shaped Dart
6x Uncertain
1x Flame Shoulder
2x Small Blood-vein
1x Herald
1x Early Thorn
2x Nut-tree Tussock
13x Dot Moth
3x Swallow-tailed Moth
3x Clay
1x Haworth's Pug
1x Elephant Hawk-moth
1x Smoky Wainscot
1x Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
5x Riband Wave
16x Silver-Y
2x Yellow-tail
2x Mottled Beauty
2x Mottled Rustic
10x Common Rustic
1x Fan-foot
2x Burnished Brass
2x Large Yellow Underwing
1x Buff Footman
3x Scalloped Oak
3x Least Carpet
1x Brimstone Moth
1x Buff Arches
5x Heart & Dart
1x Heart & Club
1x Bright-line Brown-eye
2x Dun-bar
3x Common Footman
3x Small Fan-footed Wave
13x Dark Arches
1x Double Square-spot

Micro Moths

1x Scrobipalpa acuminatella [NFY]
2x Crambus perlella [NFY]
1x Cochylis hybridella [NFY]
1x Acleris variegana [NFY]
1x Crambus pascuella
1x Agonopterix heracliana
2x Agapeta hamana
1x Yponomeuta evonymella
6x Eudonia lacustrata
5x Eudonia mercurella
4x Udea prunalis
1x Amblyptilia acanthadactyla
12x Chrysoteuchia culmella
1x Anania hortulata
2x Acleris schalleriana
3x Celypha striana
1x Plutella xylostella
4x Endotricha flammealis
1x Paraswammerdamia nebulella
1x Blastobasis adustella
1x Phlyctaenia coronata
1x Pandemis heparana

Sycamore












White Satin


Cochylis hybridella











Dark Sword-grass











Satin Beauty












Acleris variegana

Monday, 20 July 2015

My first ever Argyresthia semitestacella heads a pleasing list

It was GMS time again and because I was busy on Friday night I decided to do my contribution on Saturday night instead.
With plenty of cloud but a threat of rain, it seemed pretty good conditions. I think we may have had a few showers overnight, but the bigger ones started inevitably whilst I was going through the catch on Sunday morning at 5am.
Plenty of variety again and another plethora of new species for the year were tallied up and written down quickly as the rain persisted through the morning.
An 'interesting' Argyresthia was potted up and initially it looked like Argyresthia albistria which I have recorded before in the garden....It was later inspected under a lens to find out that it wasn't this species at all, but my first ever encounter with Argyresthia semitestacella.

All in all another 14 species were added to the year list, one of them new for me and one new for the garden. 
So far I have recorded 307 species in the garden this year, 173 Macros and 134 Micros.


Catch Report -  18/07/15 - Back Garden - Stevenage - 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap

Macro Moths

1x Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing [NFY]
1x Dingy Footman [NFY]
1x September Thorn [NFY]
1x Marbled Beauty [NFY]
1x Vapourer [NFY]
1x Cloaked Minor [NFY]
1x Lesser Yellow Underwing [NFY]
2x Small Emerald
10x Uncertain
2x Early Thorn
1x Nut-tree Tussock
1x Small Emerald
10x Dot Moth
2x Swallow-tailed Moth
1x Clay
1x Haworth's Pug
1x Elephant Hawk-moth
2x Engrailed
3x Smoky Wainscot
10x Riband Wave
1x Clouded Border
9x Silver-Y
2x Yellow Shell
6x Yellow-tail
2x Mottled Beauty
3x Mottled Rustic
12x Common Rustic
1x Large Yellow Underwing
1x Rustic
1x Scalloped Oak
1x Least Carpet 
1x Lackey
2x Brimstone Moth
2x Buff Arches
1x Burnished Brass
1x Brown Rustic
3x Heart & Dart
2x Bright-line Brown-eye
4x Dun-bar
8x Common Footman
1x July Highflyer
1x Common White Wave
1x Small Fan-footed Wave
8x Dark Arches
2x Double Square-spot

Micro Moths

1x Argyresthia semitestacella [NEW!]
1x Endothenia gentianaeana marginana [NFG]
1x Acleris forsskaleana [NFY]
1x Helcystogramma rufescens [NFY]
1x Epinotia abbreviana [NFY]
1x Pyralis farinalis [NFY]
2x Agriphila straminella [NFY]
1x Bryotropha terrella
1x Crambus pascuella
1x Nemapogon cloacella
3x Yponomeuta evonymella
6x Eudonia lacustrata
2x Udea prunalis
2x Amblyptilia acanthadactyla
5x Chrysoteuchia culmella
2x Anania hortulata
2x Celypha striana
1x Celypha lacunana
1x Clepsis consimilana
1x Plutella xylostella
3x Endotricha flammealis
1x Oegoconia sp
1x Blastobasis adustella
1x Phlyctaenia coronata
 
Vapourer













Argyresthia semitestacella












Acleris forsskaleana












Dingy Footman












Helcystogramma rufescens













Spilonota ocellana











Pyralis farinalis












Marbled Beauty

Friday, 17 July 2015

Back to Braughing

Another fantastic night I had on my parents farm.
The evening was absolutely perfect again until I had set out all of the traps, pulled the cord on the generator (thanks so much to David Kirk and the Boxmoor Trust for allowing me to use it elsewhere) and the rain started.
I have lost count on how many times this has happened.
I got drenched until 11pm when I called it a night, topped the generator up and went to bed.
Getting up at 4am there were quite a few casualties as a result of prolonged showers which was a bit upsetting.
The numbers were absolutely astounding to say the least.
Most numerous were Mother of Pearl (200+),Water Veneer (Easily 400+), C.culmella (100+) and Dark Arches (52)

Best moth of the night for me was an extremely lucky find. I saw a moth that I didn't recognise upside down in a puddle near one of the traps, I put my hand down to it and it crawled on for its new lease of life and lo and behold it was a Beautiful Snout, I suddenly went all shivery...the moth was still in mint condition! 8th County record.


Other highlights and there were plenty were several European Corn-borer, Vestal, 4 Small Mottled Willows, 5 Rush Veneers, 2 Rusty Dot Pearls, 12 Silver Ys, 1 Lesser Wax Moth, 3 Pine Hawk-moth and 1 Ear Moth 
Backed up by a few wetland wandering species Donacaula forficella, Dotted Fan-foot and Calamotropha paludella.

Argyresthia curvella was a new moth for me.

I am thoroughly wet and exhausted but pleased at the same time!


Numbers below are approximate. 


Catch Report -  14/07/15 - Braughing Farmland - 2x 125w MV Robinson Trap 1x 160w MBT Robinson Trap & 1x 80w Actinic + 26w CFL Suitcase Trap

Macro Moths

2x Barred Straw
5x Beautiful Hook-tip
1x Beautiful Golden-Y 
6x Blood-vein
2x Bright-line Brown-eye
10x Brimstone Moth

1x Beautiful Snout
1x Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing  
2x Brown Rustic
6x Brown-line Bright-eye
1x Brown-tail
5x Buff Arches  
4x Buff Ermine  
3x Buff Footman
4x Buff-tip  
2x Burnished Brass 
1x Cabbage Moth  
3x Cinnabar
10x Clay
5x Cloaked Minor  
2x Clouded Border  
8x Clouded Silver  
3x Common Carpet
2x Common Emerald  
15x Common Footman
10x Common Rustic  
5x Common Wainscot 
1x Common White Wave
52x Dark Arches

3x Dingy Footman
6x Dot Moth
1x Dotted Fan-foot
1x Double-lobed
8x Double Square-spot
5x Drinker
4x Dun-bar
5x Dusky Sallow
2x Dwarf Cream Wave
1x Ear Moth
4x Elephant Hawk-moth
1x Engrailed
1x Eyed Hawk-moth 
1x Fan-foot 
4x Flame
2x Flame Shoulder 
3x Ghost Moth
2x Green Pug 
8x Heart & Club
15x Heart & Dart
 
5x Ingrailed Clay
3x July Highflyer 
2x Large Twin-spot Carpet  
10x Large Yellow Underwing
1x Latticed Heath  
2x Least Carpet
1x Leopard Moth
1x Light Arches     
1x Lime Hawk-moth
1x Lime-speck Pug
4x Maple Prominent  
5x Marbled Minor 
2x Mottled Beauty 
1x Mottled Rustic
1x Oak Nycteoline  
5x Peppered Moth
1x Phoenix
3x Pine Hawk-moth
2x Poplar Grey
1x Poplar Hawk-moth  
2x Privet Hawk-moth
6x Riband Wave
1x Rosy Footman
3x Ruby Tiger
4x Rustic
4x Scalloped Oak
2x Scarce Footman   
2x Setaceous Hebrew Character
1x Shaded Broad-bar
12x Silver Y 
1x Small Blood-vein
1x Small Dotted Buff  
3x Small Emerald
4x Small Fan-footed Wave  
4x Small Mottled Willow 
1x Small Yellow Wave
5x Smoky Wainscot  
8x Snout  
3x Spectacle  
1x Straw Dot
5x Swallow-tailed Moth 
1x Tawny Marbled Minor
20x Uncertain
1x Vestal
4x V-pug
3x White Satin
2x Willow Beauty
1x Yellow Shell

5x Yellow-tail

Micro Moths

1x Argyresthia curvella [NEW!]
1x Achroia grisella
45x Pleuroptya ruralis
3x Ostrinia nubilalis 
2x Donacaula forficella
2x Calamotropha paludella
5x Aethes cnicana
1x Dioryctria abietella
1x Gillmeria pallidactyla
10x Batia unitella
20+ Eudonia lacustrata
5x Anania hortulata
8x Endotricha flammealis
400+ Acentria ephemerella
5x Hofmannophila pseudospretella
1x Tinea semifulvella
5x Cnephasia sp
2x Mompha epilobiella
6x Agapeta hamana
1x Agapeta zoegana
3x Cochylis hybridella
2x Cochylis molliculana
1x Cochylis atricapitana
10x Catoptria falsella
3x Catoptria pinella
200+ Pleuroptya ruralis
100+ Chrysoteuchia culmella
4x Bryotropha terrella
2x Emmelina monodactyla
1x Ditula angustiorana
2x Metzneria metzneriella
2x Celypha striana
1x Cydia pomonella
10x Eucosma cana
24x Crambus perlella
1x Archips podana
20+ Scoparia ambigualis
2x Phycita roborella
3x Pandemis heparana
2x Aphomia sociella
2x Carcina quercana
1x Batia lunaris
2x Monochroa palustrella
2x Limnaecia phragmitella
2x Eucosma obumbratana
3x Helcystogramma rufescens
1x Zelleria hepariella
4x Spilonota ocellana
2x Gypsonoma dealbana
5x Nomphila noctuella
15x Pterophorus pentadactyla
5x Hypsopygia glaucinalis
1x Euzophera pinguis 
1x Hedya pruniana
1x Blastobasis lacticolella
2x Hedya nubiferana
3x Elachista canapennella
2x Udea ferrugalis
1x Hedya salicella
4x Epiblema foenella
2x Clepsis consimilana
2x Phycitodes binaevella
1x Eana incanana
1x Acleris forsskaleana
2x Udea olivalis
2x Anania perlucidalis
 
Small Mottled Willow










Beautiful Snout













Ear Moth












Vestal











Dotted Fan-foot













Small Dotted Buff












Donacaula forficella











Calamotropha paludella












Dioryctria abietella











Argyresthia curvella











Achroia grisella