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Moths in all National Trust Properties

Unlike butterflies, moths are not so easy to spot. Apart from a few types that fly in the daytime, most will be hidden on leaves or tree trunks, so a little more work will be needed to find them. The tiny grass moths are the easiest to find.


Beautiful China-mark

Blood-vein Moth

Bordered White Moth

Bright Bell Moth

Brimstone Moth

Brown China-mark

Brown Plume

Brown-spot Flat-body

Burnet Companion

Chimney Sweeper Moth

Cinnabar Moth

Cocksfoot Moth

Common Carpet Moth

Common Grass-veneer

Common Heath

Common Marble Moth

Common Roller Moth

Common Wave Moth

Common Yellow Conch

Ear Moth

Five-spot Burnet Moth

Forester Moth

Garden Rose Tortrix

Garden Tiger Moth

Gold Spot Moth

Garden Grass-veneer

Grass Rivulet

Green Long-horn Moth

Hook-streak Grass-veneer

Hummingbird Hawk-moth
Latticed Heath MothMeadow Grey MothMiddle-barred Minor
Miller's Nettle-tapMint MothMother Shipton
Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet MothNettle-tap MothPale Straw Pearl Moth
Pale-streak Grass-veneerPea MothPurple and Gold
Purple BarRed Twin-spot Carpet MothRed Underwing Moth
Ruby Tiger MothSatyr PugScarlet Tiger Moth
Shaded Broad-bar MothSilver-ground carpet MothSilver-Y Moth
Six-spot Burnet MothSmall China-markSmall Fan-footed Wave
Small Yellow UnderwingStraw Dot MothStraw Grass-veneer
Timothy Tortrix MothTriple-stripe PiercerWhite-streak Grass-veneer
Yellow-barred Long-horn MothYellow Shell Moth