Garden Moths – Diary 07 July

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The images below of moths and butterflies found in July, are reproduced from the diary section of our DVD-ROM released in November 2008. Titled ” In A Different Light -A Garden’s Moths and Butterflies – A Photographic Diary”, all the images are copyrighted to us. Please contact us if you’re interested in purchasing a copy of the DVD-ROM, including a separate CD of the Dawn Chorus in our Garden for £10 plus P&P. There is much more information, and the images are of a much higher quality than the ones uploaded to the blog, on the DVD-ROM. There is additional information and reviews of the DVD-ROM on the Garden Moths ‘parent’ page, at the top of the home page.

The moths and butterflies are arranged in 4 size groupings – Large, Medium, Small, Tiny in each month, and the landscape, flower and ‘Moth Art’ images indicate a change of size category:

01g Gorffennaf July 07 mm L aa 7Bonica L aaZ7 L Angle Shades L Black Arches L Blood-vein L Bordered Beauty L Brimstone Moth L Buff-tip L Cabbage Moth L Clouded-bordered Brindle L Comma ( B ) 2 L Comma ( B ) L Common Emerald L Common Wave L Common White Wave L Dark Arches L Dotted Clay L Double Line L Double Square-spot 2 L Double Square-spot L Drinker ( Female ) L Drinker ( Male ) L Early Thorn L Elephant Hawkmoth L Engrailed 2 L Engrailed L Garden Tiger L Gatekeeper ( B ) 2 L Gatekeeper ( B ) L Green Arches L Grey Arches L Large Emerald L Large White B F 2 L Large White B F L Large Yellow Underwing L Leopard Moth 2 L Leopard Moth L Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing 2 L Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing L Lesser Swallow Prominent L Lesser Yellow Underwing L Light Emerald L Magpie L Meadow Brown  ( B Male ) L Meadow Brown (B Female ) L Mottled Beauty 2 L Mottled Beauty L Painted Lady (B) L Peacock ( B ) L Pebble Prominent L Peppered Moth L Poplar Hawkmoth L Purple Clay L Purple Thorn 2 L Purple Thorn L Red Admiral ( B ) 2 L Red Admiral (B) L Ringlet (B) 2 L Ringlet (B) L Scallop Shell L Scalloped Oak L Scarlet Tiger L Setaceous Hebrew Character L Shark L Silver-washed Fritillary ( B Female ) L Six-striped Rustic L Small Elephant Hawkmoth 2 L Small Elephant Hawkmoth L Small Tortoiseshell ( B) 2 L Small Tortoiseshell (B) L Swallow-tailed Moth L Triple-spotted Clay L Willow Beauty (3) L Willow Beauty M aa 7Francoa M aa A7 M aaZ7 M Alder Moth M Antler Moth M Balsam Carpet M Barred Red (M) M Barred Straw 2 M Barred Straw M Beautiful Carpet M Beautiful Golden Y M Beautiful Snout (F) M Bright-line Brown-eye M Broken-barred Carpet M Broom Moth M Brussels Lace M Buff Arches M Buff Ermine M Buff Footman 2 M Buff Footman M Burnished Brass M Campion M Clay M Clouded Border M Common Carpet M Common Footman M Common Lutestring M Common Rustic 2 M Common Rustic M Coronet M Coxcomb Prominent M Dark Spectacle (2) M Dark Spectacle (3) M Dark Spectacle (4) M Dingy Footman M Dot Moth M Dun-bar 2 M Dun-bar M Dusky Brocade M Fan-foot M Five-spot Burnet 2 M Five-spot Burnet (flight) M Flame Carpet M Flame Shoulder M Garden Carpet M Gold Spangle M Gold Spot M Green Carpet M Green Silver-lines M Grey Dagger M Heart and Dart M Holly Blue ( B Female ) 2 M Holly Blue ( B Female ) M Ingrailed Clay M Iron Prominent M July Belle M July Highflyer M Knot Grass M Large Skipper ( B Male ) M Least Yellow Underwing M Lesser Common Rustic 2 M Lesser Common Rustic M Lesser Cream Wave M Map-winged Swift (2) M Map-winged Swift M Marbled White Spot M Minor Shoulder-knot M Mother of Pearl (micro) M Northern Spinach 2 M Northern Spinach M Oak Hook-tip (F) (2) M Oak Hook-tip (F) M Peach Blossom M Pebble Hook-tip M Plain Golden Y M Red Twin-spot Carpet M Red-necked Footman M Riband Wave 2 M Riband Wave 3 M Riband Wave M Ruby Tiger 2 M Ruby Tiger M Rufous Minor M Rustic M Sandy Carpet M Scalloped Hook-tip M Scarce Footman ( 2 ) M Scarce Footman M Sharp-angled Peacock M Silver Y M Silver-ground Carpet M Slender Brindle M Small Angle Shades (posterior) M Small Angle Shades M Small Argent & Sable M Small Fan-footed Wave M Small Phoenix M Small Seraphim M Small Skipper ( B Female ) M Small Skipper ( B Male ) M Small Skipper ( B) M Small Square-spot M Smoky Wainscot M Snout M Spectacle 2 M Spectacle M Tawny-barred Angle M The Flame M True Lover's Knot M Uncertain 2 M Uncertain 3 M Uncertain M White Ermine M Yellow Shell S aa 7Knapweed S aa A7cothi S aaZ7 S Agriphila straminella 1 S Agriphila straminella 2 S Amblyptilia punctidactyla S Bee Moth ( micro ) S Bee Moth (micro) 2 S Brown China-mark (micro) S Carcina quercana S Catoptria pinella 2 S Catoptria pinella S Celypha lacunana 2 S Celypha lacunana S Chinese Character S Chrysoteuchia culmella 2 S Chrysoteuchia culmella S Crambus pascuella S Crambus perlella S Dioryctria abietella (2) S Dioryctria abietella S Dipleurina lacustrata S Double-striped Pug S Ebulea crocealis S Eudonia mercurella S Foxglove Pug S Gold Triangle (micro) S Green Pug S Large Fruit-tree Tortrix (micro) S Lesser Wax Moth (micro) S Ling Pug S Marbled Beauty S Marbled Minor S Middle-barred Minor 5 S Middle-barred Minor S Narrow-winged Pug S Pandemis heparana S Phlyctaenia stachydalis S Platyptilia pallidactyla 2 S Platyptilia pallidactyla S Purple Bar S Rosy Footman S Scoparia pyralella S Single-dotted Wave S Small Dotted Buff S Small Fan-foot S Small Magpie (micro) S Small Rivulet S Small Rufous S Small Yellow Wave S Straw Dot S Trachycera advenella (2) S Trachycera advenella S Udea olivalis S V-Pug S White Plume Moth (micro) T aa 7Yellow Horned-Poppy T aa A7 T aaZ7 T Acleris rhombana T Agapeta hamana T Anarsia spartiella T Aphelia paleana T Apotomis semifasciana 2 jpg T Apotomis semifasciana T Apple Ermine (micro) T Argyresthia pygmaeella T Ash Bud Moth (micro) T Bactra lancealana 2 T Bactra lancealana (worn) T Bird Cherry Ermine (micro) T Bryotropha terrella ( probable ) T Codling Moth (micro) (2) T Codling Moth (micro) T Coleophorid spp 2 T Coleophorid spp T Diamond-backed Moth (micro) T Ditula angustiorana T Epinotia subocellana 2 T Epinotia subocellana T Eucosma cana 2 T Eucosma cana T Eupoecilia angustana form - fasciella T Glyphipterix thrasonella 2 T Glyphipterix thrasonella T Hedya nubiferana 2 T Hedya nubiferana T Light Brown Apple Moth (micro) T Monochroa lucidella (probable) 2 T Monochroa lucidella (probable) T Nemapogon cloacella 2 T Nemapogon cloacella T Orthotaenia undulana T Pammene aurantiana 2 T Pammene aurantiana T Paraswammerdamia lutarea 2 T Paraswammerdamia lutarea T Pseudargyrotoza conwagana 4 T Pseudargyrotoza conwagana T Tinea semifulvella 2 T Tinea semifulvella T Willow Ermine (micro) 2 T Willow Ermine (micro) zz 7jasione zz Sunset 7 zzzjul

… Posted 1/03/2013…

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