Moths Found on 14 July 2013

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We're in the middle of a heat wave and the mothy world is really cooking.  Those worth photographing included:

Others in the trap included three Privet Hawk Moths, an Elephant Hawk Moth, two Grey or Dark Daggers, two Peppered Moths, a Buff Arches, an Oak Beauty agg, two Riband Waves, two Bright-line Brown-eyes, a Light Arches, a Double Square-spot, five Dot Moths, thirteen Dark Arches, two Large Yellow Underwings, eight Uncertain or Vine's Rustics, one Stenoptilia/Platyptilia, twelve Hart & Darts, a Sycamore, a Garden Carpet, a Snout, a Cabbage Moth, two White Plume Moths, three Common Footman, a Green Pug, a Small Magpie, four Scoparia pyrallela, two Clepsis consimilana, a Large Fruit-tree Tortrix, four Crambus agg. and an Agapeta hamana.

Leopard MothEyed Hawk MothSwallow-tailed MothThe MillerAncylis achatana

Oh, and as a little bonus, during the following week we found a Ruby Tiger (previously photographed here) wandering around on the lawn:

Ruby Tiger

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