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I ran a 125w MV trap until 01:30h this morning. The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his 1758 10th edition of Systema Naturae. Additional Stats. It is now easier than ever to submit your records and photographs using the online recorder. suffolkmoths.co.uk ... Small Angle Shades: Euplexia lucipara (Linnaeus, 1758) 2305 / 73.114: Recorded in 50 (86%) of 58 10k Squares. Exit Recorder  Angle Shades | Haworth's Minor > Determination: List Species Records [Show All Latest] Latest 5 Records … Small Angle Shades (Euplexia lucipara) - The Moths of Suffolk. Handcoloured lithograph after an illustration by Moses Harris from 'The Aurelian; a Natural History of English Moths and … Last Recorded in 2019. 244 moths of 75 species (59 macro, 16 micro). Small Angle Shades Euplexia lucipara. Find the perfect small angle shades stock photo. The small angle shades (Euplexia lucipara) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. There are 1537 county records of 2109 individuals from 223 different sites. Northumberland Moths. The angle shades (Phlogophora meticulosa) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. Welcome to Suffolk Moths. The species was first described by Carl … 73.114 Small Angle Shades Euplexia lucipara. 77+ macro moths plus assorted micros. It is strongly migratory. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images.

It is distributed throughout Europe as far east as the Urals and also in the Azores, in Algeria, and in Asia Minor, Armenia, and Syria. First recorded in 1839. Micros included: Nematopogon metaxella, Blastodacna hellerella, Zeiraphera isertana and Phycita roborella. Angle Shades Moth Caterpillar The body of the Angle Shades Moth Caterpillar can be green or light brown The Angel Shades caterpillars ( Phlogophora meticulosa ) in the Noctuidae family are small larvae in comparison to some huge species. Search Browse or . Home .

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Angle shades moth, Phlogophora meticulosa, oak hook-tip, Watsonalla binaria, Mother Shipton moth, Callistege mi, speckled wood butterfly, Pararge aegeria, barred hook-tip, Watsonalla cultraria, brown china mark, Elophila nymphaeata, and maid of honour, Hipparchus bajularius. No need to register, buy now!

It is distributed throughout the Palearctic .

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Macros included: Small Elephant Hawkmoth, Dwarf Cream Wave, Small Dusty Wave, Small Blood-vein, Blood-vein, Flame Carpet, Pine Carpet, Small Yellow Wave, V-Pug, Green Pug, Foxglove Pug, …

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