Garden Moths – Diary 09 September

M Pink-barred Sallow

The images below of moths and butterflies found in September, 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:

01i Medi September 09 mm L aa9clematisviticella L AAZ9 L Angle Shades L Black Arches 2 L Black Rustic L Blood-vein L Bordered Beauty L Brimstone Moth L Brimstone L Canary-shouldered Thorn 2 L Canary-shouldered Thorn L Convolvulus Hawkmoth 2 L Convolvulus Hawkmoth L Copper Underwing L Dark Arches L Dark Sword-grass L Dusky Thorn 2 L Dusky Thorn L Flounced Chestnut L Green-brindled Crescent L Grey Shoulder-knot L Herald L Large White ( B Female ) 2 L Large White ( B Female ) L Large Yellow Underwing L Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing 2 L Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing L Lesser Yellow Underwing L Merveille du Jour L Neglected Rustic (2) L Neglected Rustic L Painted Lady ( B ) L Peacock ( B ) L Pearly Underwing ( 2 ) L Pearly Underwing L Red Admiral ( B ) 2 L Red Admiral ( B ) L Rosy Rustic L Scarce Bordered Straw L Setaceous Hebrew Character L Small Tortoiseshell ( B ) L Speckled Wood (B) 2 L Speckled Wood (B) L Tawny-barred Angle L Treble-bar L Turnip Moth 2 L Turnip Moth M aa9Stipa M aa A9 M aaZ9 M Anomalous ( F ) M Anomalous ( M ) M Autumnal Rustic M Buff Footman M Burnished Brass M Centre-barred Sallow M Chestnut M Chevron M Common Carpet M Common Marbled Carpet (2) M Common Marbled Carpet M Common Rustic M Dark Marbled Carpet M Delicate (2) M Delicate M Devon Carpet M Dingy Footman M Flame Carpet M Flame Shoulder M Flounced Rustic 2 M Flounced Rustic M Frosted Orange M Garden Carpet M Gold Spot M Green Carpet M July Highflyer M Least Yellow Underwing M Lesser Common Rustic (2) M Lesser Common Rustic M Lunar Underwing M Marbled White Spot M Orange Swift M Peach Blossom 2 M Peach Blossom M Pebble Hook-tip M Pine Carpet M Pink-barred Sallow M Purple Bar M Red-green Carpet 2 M Red-green Carpet M Red-line Quaker M Sallow Kitten M Sallow M Silver Y M Small Copper ( B ) 2 M Small Copper ( B ) M Small Phoenix M Small Square-spot M Smoky Wainscot M Snout M Spruce Carpet M Square-spot Rustic 2 M Square-spot Rustic M The Flame M Yellow-line Quaker S aa9Globe art S aa A9Pencarreg S aaZ9 S Acleris emargana 2 S Acleris emargana S Agonopterix arenella S Agonopterix ocellana S Agriphila tristella S Amblyptilia punctidactyla S Brown China-mark (micro) S Brown House Moth (micro) S Chinese Character S Double-striped Pug S Eudonia truncicolella S Lime-speck Pug S Narrow-winged Pug S Rush Veneer (micro) S Rusty-dot Pearl (micro) S Scoparia pyralella S Small Wainscot (2) S Small Wainscot S Straw Dot S Twenty-plume Moth (micro) T aa9Hydrangeavillosa T aa A9 T aaZ9 T Acleris ferrugana T Acleris variegana 2 T Acleris variegana 3 T Acleris variegana T Bactra lancealana T Epiblema uddmanniana 2 T Epiblema uddmanniana T Mompha subbistrigella 2 T Mompha subbistrigella T Nettle-tap Moth (micro) T Pandemis heparana T White-shouldered House Moth T Ypsolopha parenthesella zz 9clematistangutica zz 10sunset zzzSep

Uploaded 13/03/2013

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