About the Kent Moths Gallery

This blog is intended as a gallery of photos for all moths found in the county of Kent. Please send through your quality images (and links to your websites) of moth species caught yesterday or yesteryear in order that this can become a complete archive of Kent's moth fauna.

Many thanks,
Tony Morris (Admin) & Ross Newham (Admin) kentmothsgallery@gmail.com

Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Carroty Wood, 17th July 2010

Satin Lutestring - The scarcest of the lutestrings and a nice one to catch up with on a camping trip with my son on a "beavers" camp (scouts).
September Thorn - A quite plain Thorn flying from July to October.

Minor Shoulder-knot - Widespread and reasonably common but prefers damp woodland and heaths.
Large Emerald - Another woodland and heath speciality so unlikely to be encountered in my garden trap.
The Engrailed - Second generation, quite a bit smaller than the first.
Carroty Wood grid ref TQ602499

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