Jersey Tiger (Euplagia quadripunctaria)
This moth has a strange distribution. There is a thriving population in London, although how and why it got there is either not know or not talked about! Here on the coast of Kent they may be genuine migrants. I've caught three, one in August 2006 and two in Aug 2008. This year, Peter Wells caught two at St Margaret's, and Nigel Jarman one at Kingsdown, but they missed my traps! They are often found in the day time, roost on walls.