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A Selection of Eribidae Moths 72.046 - 72.084

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(Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758)    
Eribidae - Arctiinae Eribidae - Arctiinae Eribidae - Arctiinae    
Scarce Footman Scarce Footman Scarce Footman    
Eilema complana Eilema complana Eilema complana    
72.046  BF 2047 72.046  BF 2047 72.046  BF 2047    

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 31mm to 38mm.

Flight Period: July and August.

Habitat: Woodland, waste ground, hedgerows, gardens, where the food plants grow.

Comment: This species is widespread throughout England, Wales and Ireland. In Scotland it is mainly on the east coast. 

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(Trietshke 1835) (Trietshke 1835) (Trietshke 1835)    
Eribidae - Herminiinae Eribidae - Herminiinae Eribidae - Herminiinae    
The Fan-foot The Fan-foot The Fan-foot    
Herminea tarsipennalis Herminea tarsipennalis Herminea tarsipennalis    
72.053  BF 2489 72.053  BF 2489 72.053  BF 2489    

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 30mm to 35mm.

Flight Period: August to October.

Habitat: Bushy places, like open woods, heaths, commons, hedgerows, where the food plants grow.

Comment: Fairly common through England, Wales and Ireland, except north of England. Local and scarce in north England  and  south Scotland.

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(Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758)
Eribidae - Herminiinae Eribidae - Herminiinae Eribidae - Herminiinae Eribidae - Eribinae Eribidae - Eribinae
Small Fan-foot Small Fan-foot Small Fan-foot Burnet Companion Burnet Companion
Herminea grisealis Herminea grisealis Herminea grisealis Euclidia  glyphica Euclidia  glyphica
72.055  BF 2492 72.055  BF 2492 72.055  BF 2492 72.083  BF 2463 72.083  BF 2463

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 24mm to 48mm.

Flight Period: August to October.

Habitat: Woods, fens, parks, orchards, gardens and bushy places.

Comment: This moth is wide spread and fairly common in England and Wales, except the far north of England where it local. It maybe in southern Scotland. Doubtful records in Ireland.

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 28mm to 34mm.

Flight Period: May and June, again in July and August.

Habitat: Grassy with wild flowers.

Comment: Wide spread and fairly common in south England. Local and scarce in Wales, north England and south Scotland. In Ireland it is recorded from a few counties

(Clerck 1759) (Clerck 1759) (Clerck 1759)    
Eribidae - Eribinae Eribidae - Eribinae Eribidae - Eribinae    
Mother Shipton Mother Shipton Mother Shipton    
Callistege mi Callistege mi Callistege mi    
72.084  BF 2462 72.084  BF 2462 72.084  BF 2462    

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 30mm to 34mm.

Flight Period: July to September.

Habitat: Grassy area's with an with wild flowers, such as downs, heaths, railway embankments and woods.

Comment: This moth is wide spread and fairly common in England, Wales and Ireland. Local and scarce in Scotland, as far north as Ross-shire.

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Noctuidae Family

Species 73.001 to 73.015

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