Friday 20 May 2022

National Moth Nights

 The first night of this years NMN and the theme this year is Woodland.

Around 120 plus individuals of c53 species on the edge of some mixed woodland and I am sure there would have been more if it wasn't for a very helpful Robin this morning.  Nothing so spectacular as the Striped Hawk-moth but some old favourites returning again.  In fact not a Hawk-moth of any description which surprised me...the robin didn't look that fat! 😋


Alder Moth

Bordered White

Clay Triple Lines


Cream Wave

Devon Carpet

Dog's Tooth

Dwarf Pug

Knot Grass

Orange Footman

Peach Blossom

Sandy Carpet

Scorched Wing

Small Angle Shades

Small Clouded Brindle

Tawney-barred Angle

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