73.141 BF2371 – Brown-veined Wainscot – Noctuidae – Archanara dissoluta

 
73.141 BF2371 - Brown-veined Wainscot - Noctuidae - Archanara dissoluta

Brown-veined Wainscot – Noctuidae – Xyleninae – Archanara dissoluta STATUS – A resident that is uncommon and locally distributed in Derbyshire. A reed bed species being a relict from the fenlands still surviving at a local level in the south-east of the county at wetland habitat in the Trent Valley. ID POINTERS – The forewing is quiet broad and […]

54.009 BF0171 – Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet – Zygaenidae – Zygaena lonicerae

 
54.009 BF0171 - Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet - Zygaenidae - Zygaena lonicerae

Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet – Zygaenidae – Zygaeninae – Zygaena lonicerae   STATUS – A Locally common species found in the southern lowlands of Derbyshire and on upland areas up to 300metres.    ID POINTERS – This moth is not easy to identify being very similar to Five-spot Burnet – decreta. The black border to the […]

54.008 BF0169 – Six-spot Burnet – Zygaenidae – Zygaena filipendulae

 
54.008 BF0169 - Six-spot Burnet - Zygaenidae - Zygaena filipendulae

Six-spot Burnet – Zygaenidae – Zygaeninae – Zygaena filipendulae STATUS – A fairly common and attractive species found in Derbyshire Dales and suitable rough grassland of the southern low-land  areas of the county. A typical day flying moth of the summer months often many feeding on knap-weeds & thistles.   ID POINTERS – The moth […]

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