About My Moths Blog
My Moths Blog is a diary of the comings and goings recorded at my moth station, together with other general information about moths that I feel you may find useful and/or interesting.
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For more information on specific moth species I am currently working on two new sections of the site, Steve's Micro Moths and Steve's Macro Moths, which can be accessed from the buttons at the bottom of the page. Please note that these are works in progress, so will take some time to complete.
Moths play an essential part in the food chain of other species of animals, birds, bats, invertebrates, and predatory insects. Caterpillars are particularly critical to feeding many of our common garden birdsRead more
My fascination with moths started in July 2013 after I encountered a Magpie Moth
Welcome to my weird and wonderful world of moths.
Angle Shades--Phlogophora meticulosa
Six-spot burnet moths mating (Zygaena filipendulae)
My A-Z List of Micro Moth Species Recorded on the The Grange CL Wildlife Meadow
My A-Z List of Macro Moth Species