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Moths found in Suffolk


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I'll start you off with a Brimstone Moth

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Clouded Border Moth.jpg

Feathered Thorn Moth.jpgGoat Moth.jpg

 

 

 

Goat Moth..jpgLarge Emerald Moth.jpgLarge Emerald Moth..jpgMagpie Moth.jpg

A few of our nightime friends.

No.1 Clouded Border Moth
No.2 A Feathered Thorn Moth
No.3 Goat Moth
No.4 Goat Moath form another angle
No.5 Large Emerald Moth a top view
No.6 Large Emerald Moth an underside view. This moth landed on my window so it was an easy job to photograph both sides
No.7 A Magpie Moth.



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A few of the commoner Moths.

No.1 The Cinnabar Moth
No.2 The Six Spot Burnet
No.3 Feathered Thorn Moth
No.4 The Gold Swift
No.5 Whith Ermine Moth
No.6 The Blood Vein
No.7 The Lime Hawk Moth

Cinnabar Moth.jpgSix Spot Burnet Moth.jpgFeathered Thorn Moth..jpgThe Gold Swift Moth.jpgThe Ermine Moth.jpgThe Blood Vein Moth.jpgLime Hawk Moth.jpg



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A few more

No.1 The Elephant Hawk Moth.
No.2 A side view of the Elephant Hawk Moth.
No.3 The Privet Hawk Moth
No.4 A side view of the Privet Hawk Moth.
No.5 The Silver Y
No.6 Another Silver Y, The Silver Y is a daytime Moth and is to be seen flying about your gardens in the summer.

Elephant Hawk Moth.jpgElephant Hawk side view.jpgPrivet Hawk Moth.jpgPrivet Hawk side view.jpgSilver Y.jpgThe Silver Y.jpg



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