Upper Thames Moths

About 900 macro-moths and 1500 micro-moths are found in the UK. As it is impractical to list them all here, the following are moths that are often encountered in the Upper Thames region during the day. Further information about the species listed below can be found by clicking on the common name link (links are to the UK Moths site).
Beautiful Yellow Underwing Anarta myrtilli
Blackneck Lygephila pastinum
Blood-vein Timandra comae
Burnet Companion Euclidia glyphica
Chimney Sweeper Odezia atrata
Cinnabar Tyria jacobaeae
Cistus Forester Adscita geryon
Common Carpet Epirrhoe alternata
Common Heath Ematurga atomaria
Dusky Sallow Eremobia ochroleuca
Fox Moth Macrothylacia rubi
Garden Carpet Xanthorhoe fluctuata
Grass Emerald Pseudoterpna pruinata
Grass Rivulet Perizoma albulata
Hummingbird Hawk-moth Macroglossum stellatarum
Latticed Heath Chiasmia clathrata
Mother Shipton Euclidia mi
Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet Zygaena lonicerae
Oak Eggar Lasiocampa quercus
Orange Underwing Archiearis parthenias
Ruby Tiger Phragmatobia fuliginosa
Scarlet Tiger Callimorpha dominula
Silver Y Autographa gamma
Silver-ground Carpet Xanthorhoe montanata
Six-spot Burnet Zygaena filipendulae
Small White Wave Asthena albulata
Speckled Yellow Pseudopanthera macularia
The Forester Adscita statices
Treble-bar Aplocera plagiata
Vapourer Orgyia antiqua
Wood Tiger Parasemia plantaginis
Yellow Shell Camptogramma bilineata