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A Selection of Micro Moths 49.004 - 49.028

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(Haworth 1811) (Haworth 1811) (Haworth 1811) (Denis & Schiffermuller) (Denis & Schiffermuller)
Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae
Red-barred Tortrix Red-barred Tortrix Red-barred Tortrix Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix
Diluta angustiorana Diluta angustiorana Diluta angustiorana Pandemis heparana Pandemis heparana
49.004    BF 1010 49.004    BF 1010 49.004    BF 1010 49.026    BF 972 49.026    BF 972

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 12mm to 18mm.

Flight Period: June and July, sometimes flying in sunshine.

Habitat: Various place with trees and shrubs, on which the larvae feed.

Comment: This moth is quite common throughout Britain, but less common in the far north. Males have more consistent markings than females.

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 16mm to 34mm.

Flight Period: June through until August.

Habitat: Most places where fruit trees grow, which are the larval food plants.

Comment: This species is common and widely distributed throughout England, Wales and some parts of Scotland.

(Scopoli 1763) (Scopoli 1763) (Scopoli 1763) (Treitschke 1830) (Treitschke 1830)
Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae
Large Fruit-tree Tortrix Large Fruit-tree Tortrix Large Fruit-tree Tortrix White-faced Tortrix White-faced Tortrix
Archips podana Archips podana Archips podana Pandemis cinnamomeana Pandemis cinnamomeana
49.013    BF 977 49.013    BF 977 49.013    BF 977 49.023    BF 971 49.023    BF 971

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 18mm to 26mm.

Flight Period: May through to September. It is uncertain whether this is a single brood with a protracted emergence, or two over lapping broods.

Habitat: Most low lying places with fruit trees.

Comment: This moth is fairly common in England and Wales on low lying ground. It is scarcer in Scotland.

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 18mm to 234mm.

Flight Period: June and July.

Habitat: Parks, gardens and woodland, and shrubby places. The larvae feed on a wide variety of trees and shrubs.

Comment: This species is quite localised in England and Wales.

(Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758)
Tortricidae - Tortricinae  Tortricidae - Tortricinae  Tortricidae - Tortricinae  Tortricidae - Tortricinae  Tortricidae - Tortricinae 
Brindled Tortrix Brindled Tortrix Brindled Tortrix Brindled Tortrix Brindled Tortrix
Pytcholoma lecheana Pytcholoma lecheana Pytcholoma lecheana Pytcholoma lecheana Pytcholoma lecheana
49.022    BF 1000 49.022    BF 1000 49.022    BF 1000 49.022    BF 1000 49.022    BF 1000

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 16mm to 20mm.

Flight Period: June and July.

Habitat: Most places with trees and shrubs, upon which the larvae feed.

Comment: Fairly common   in England and Wales, and more localised in Scotland. The metallic scales are not apparent until the moth ages a day, or two.

(Fabricius 1794) (Fabricius 1794) (Fabricius 1794) (Hubner 1799)  
Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Tortricidae - Tortricinae Species 49.029 to 49.043
Chequered Fruit-tree Tortrix Chequered Fruit-tree Tortrix Chequered Fruit-tree Tortrix Dark-barred Twist

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Pandemis corylana Pandemis corylana Pandemis corylana Syndemis musculana  
49.024    BF 969 49.024    BF 969 49.024    BF 969 49.028    BF 986  

 

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 18mm to 22mm.

Flight Period: July and August.

Habitat: Parks, gardens and woodland, and shrubby places. The larvae feed on a wide variety of trees and shrubs.

Comment: This moth is fairly common over most of the British Isles.

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 15mm to 22mm.

Flight Period: April through to June.

Habitat: Parks, gardens and shrubby places. The larvae feed on a wide variety of trees and shrubs.

Comment: This   is one of the largest tortrix moths, and is fairly common, throughout the UK..

         
                 

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