I'll start you off with a Brimstone Moth
A few of our nightime friends.No.1 Clouded Border MothNo.2 A Feathered Thorn MothNo.3 Goat MothNo.4 Goat Moath form another angleNo.5 Large Emerald Moth a top viewNo.6 Large Emerald Moth an underside view. This moth landed on my window so it was an easy job to photograph both sidesNo.7 A Magpie Moth.
A few of the commoner Moths.No.1 The Cinnabar MothNo.2 The Six Spot BurnetNo.3 Feathered Thorn MothNo.4 The Gold SwiftNo.5 Whith Ermine MothNo.6 The Blood VeinNo.7 The Lime Hawk Moth
A few moreNo.1 The Elephant Hawk Moth.No.2 A side view of the Elephant Hawk Moth.No.3 The Privet Hawk MothNo.4 A side view of the Privet Hawk Moth.No.5 The Silver YNo.6 Another Silver Y, The Silver Y is a daytime Moth and is to be seen flying about your gardens in the summer.