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Moth Night 2019
Raising the profile of the UK’s magnificent moths. Moth Night 2020 is 27-29 August with the theme of ‘red underwing’ moths.
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Chris Wilkinson Jan 9
A morning survey of pillboxes on the North Downs produced several hibernating Heralds and the hoped for Tissue.
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Chris Wilkinson Dec 11
Moth advent calendar No11. A Blue-spotted fluffball. The Leopard Moth. A nice garden surprise this August.
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Chris Wilkinson Dec 4
Moth advent calendar No4. The stunning Eyed Hawk Moth from this July.
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Chris Wilkinson Dec 2
Moth advent calendar No 3. One from the Spring. A fluffy White Ermine.
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Chris Wilkinson Dec 1
Moth advent calendar No 2. Clouded Buff from the Surrey downs in June.
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Moth Night 2019 Dec 1
LAST CHANCE to submit moth sightings from this year’s via (📷Pink-barred Sallow by )
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Chris Wilkinson Dec 1
Moth advent calendar No1. The Foxy-faced Pebble Prominent from July of this year.
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Moth Night 2019 Nov 26
This Sunday is the last chance to submit moth records for this year’s - any moth sightings please for 26-28 Sept via (📷Clifden Nonpareil by Bob Eade)
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Atropos Journal and Books Nov 21
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Moth Night 2019 Nov 24
Replying to @Hertsmoths
It was in mid-June in 2018
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Moth Night 2019 Nov 22
2/2 And while the Moth Night 2020 theme of ‘red underwings’ isn’t relevant for all parts of Scotland, it is highly relevant for southern Scotland where Red Underwing Catocala nupta is a recent colonist!
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Moth Night 2019 Nov 22
We understand your frustration but Moth Night is never just about the theme. Moth Night is about recording and raising awareness for all the UK’s moths! We do consider geography when setting the theme so will try to come up with something universal for 2021! 1/2
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Moth Night 2019 Nov 21
🚨Moth Night 2020 will take place on the nights of Thurs 27 - Sat 29 August 2020. 🚨 Theme will be the red underwings (📷Dark Crimson Underwing by Dave Green)
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Robert Dean Oct 13
18 from 13 last night in South Norfolk highlights for me rusty dot pearl, pink barred sallow, green brindled crescent and 4 November moth. @Team4Gardens
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Chris Wilkinson Oct 11
Cracking Figure of 8 in Prince's Coverts this morning.
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Rachel Ann French Oct 10
What a lovely furry creature! The fox moth caterpillar on the move
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Parula Oct 3
A nice selection of autumn moths from last night's trap at Balephuil, - species from left: Black Rustic, Setaceous Hebrew Character, 4 Red-line Quakers, Brindle Ochre, Rosy Rustic, 3 Small Wainscots, Red Sword-grass and Large Wainscot
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Ashdown On The Wing Oct 4
Another Hummingbird Hawkmoth in the garden today. I think I’ve seen more this year than ever. I’ll photograph them successfully one day but in the meantime some dodgy video will suffice! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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NE_WestMids Oct 3
Despite the wet weather, 30 people enjoyed identifying 16 different species of moth at our event on .
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Justine Patton Sep 28
Cancellation was seriously considered yesterday, but 10 of us braved the horrendous weather for our event at Gaitbarrows. Brindled green was NFM, a couple of Merveille du jour came and Flounced chestnut were numerous. We recorded about 20 species in total.
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