Moth Trapping

In the last month or so I have been moth trapping on and off in the garden using a makeshift trap. Here is my garden list so far;

  1. Agonopterix heracliana
  2. Agriphila tristella
  3. Argyresthia goedartella
  4. Barred yellow
  5. Batia unitella
  6. Bee moth
  7. Bird cherry ermine
  8. Blood vein
  9. Bright line brown eye
  10. Brimstone Moth
  11. Broad-bordered yellow underwing
  12. Brown House Moth
  13. Browntail
  14. Buff Ermine
  15. Cabbage Moth
  16. Celypha lacunana
  17. Celypha striana
  18. Cloaked Minor
  19. Clouded silver
  20. Common carpet
  21. Common footman
  22. Common Marbled Carpet
  23. Common Pug
  24. Common Swift
  25. Common white wave
  26. Common/lesser common rustic
  27. Copper/ Svensons copper underwing
  28. Cornet
  29. Dark arches 
  30. Dark umber
  31. dot moth
  32. Double lobed
  33. Double square spot
  34. Double striped pug
  35. Dwarf cream wave
  36. Early thorn
  37. Elephant hawk moth
  38. Endotricha flammealis
  39. Epiblema trimaculana
  40. Ermine agg.
  41. Flame
  42. Flame shoulder
  43. Garden grass veneer
  44. Gothic
  45. Grass Emerald
  46. Green pug
  47. Grey/dark dagger
  48. Heart and club
  49. Heart and dart
  50. Horse Chestnut leaf miner
  51. Knot grass
  52. Large Yellow Underwing
  53. Least Carpet
  54. Lesser broad boardered yellow underwing
  55. Lesser yellow underwing
  56. Light arches
  57. Light brown apple moth
  58. Light emerald
  59. Longhorn moth
  60. Marasmarcha lunaedactyla
  61. marbled beauty
  62. Marbled minor agg.
  63. Miller
  64. Mother of Pearl
  65. Mottled Pug
  66. Mottled rustic
  67. Muslin footman
  68. Nettle tap
  69. obscure wainscot
  70. Orange swift
  71. Pale brindled beauty
  72. Pale motted willow
  73. Phoenix
  74. Plume moth
  75. Poplar hawk moth
  76. Privet hawk moth
  77. Pterophorus pentadactyla
  78. Pyrausta purpuralis
  79. ribland wave
  80. Ruby tiger
  81. Rustic/ uncertain agg
  82. Scalloped Oak
  83. Scarce footman
  84. Scarlet tiger
  85. Scoparia ambigualis
  86. Shuttle shaped dart
  87. Silver Y
  88. Single dotted wave
  89. Slender Pug
  90. Small blood vein
  91. Small dusty wave
  92. Small fan-foot
  93. Small magpie
  94. Smoky Wainscot
  95. Spectacle
  96. Spotted magpie
  97. Square spot rustic
  98. Straw grass veneer
  99. Straw underwing
  100. swallow tailed
  101. The fan-foot
  102. Udea olivalis
  103. Udea prunalis
  104. V pug
  105. Vapourer
  106. white satin
  107. Willow Beauty
  108. Yellow barred brindle
  109. Yellow shell
  110. Yellowtail
The Obscure Wainscot record was only the 6th for Buckinghamshire!

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