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Moths

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Agonopterix ocellana


Scarce Umber - Agriopis aurantiaria


Dotted Border - Agriopis marginaria


Agriphila straminella


Agriphila tristella


Brick - Agrochola circellaris


Flounced Chestnut - Agrochola helvola


Red-line Quaker - Agrochola lota


Beaded Chestnut - Agrochola lychnidis


Yellow-line Quaker - Agrochola macilenta


Heart and Dart - Agrotis exclamationis


Dark Sword Grass - Agrotis ipsilon


Shuttle-shaped Dart - Agrotis puta


Turnip Moth - Agrotis segetum


Mottled Beauty - Alcis repandata


Green-brindled Crescent - Allophyes oxyacanthae


March Moth - Alsophila aescularia


Crinan Ear - Amphipoea crinanensis


Large Ear - Amphipoea lucens


Ear Moth - Amphipoea oculea

The first record of this moth was in August 2016. The larva feeds on the insides of the lower stems and roots of grasses.


Svensson's Copper Underwing - Amphipyra berbera subsp svenssoni


Copper Underwing - Amphipyra pyramidea


Mouse Moth - Amphipyra tragopoginis


Green Arches - Anaplectoides prasina


Ancylis achatana


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