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Ancylis badiana


Nettle Tap - Anthophila fabriciana


Shoulder Stripe - Anticlea badiata


Streamer - Anticlea derivata


Clouded-bordered Brindle - Apamea crenata

The larva feed on grasses including Cock's-foot. It pupates in a loose cell among roots.


Clouded Brindle - Apamea epomidion


Confused - Apamea furva


Light Arches - Apamea lithoxylaea


Dark Arches - Apamea monoglypha

Egg laying has been observed in the wild into leaf-sheafs of Tufted Hair-grass.


Dusky Brocade - Apamea remissa


Slender Brindle - Apamea scolopacina


Rustic Shoulder-knot - Apamea sordens


Small Clouded Brindle - Apamea unanimis


Timothy Tortrix - Aphelia paleana


Aphelia unitana


Bee Moth - Aphomia sociella


Northern Deep-brown Dart - Aporophyla lueneburgensis


Black Rustic - Aporophyla nigra


Apotomis betuletana


Orange Underwing - Archiearis parthenias


Large Fruit-tree Tortrix - Archips podana


Garden Tiger - Arctia caja

The patterns on the wings of this moth vary. The caterpillars feed on a wide range of plants including Common Nettle, Broad-leaved Dock and many garden plants.


Argyesthia albistria


Argyresthia albistria


Argyresthia bonnetella


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