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A Selection of Micro Moths 49.161 - 49.240

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(Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Hubner 1817)
Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae 
Barred Marble - Celypha striana Barred Marble - Celypha striana Barred Marble - Celypha striana Barred Marble - Celypha striana Thyme Marble - Celypha cespitana
49.161    BF 1063 49.161    BF 1063 49.161    BF 1063 49.161    BF 1063 49.164    BF 1067

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 16mm to 22mm.

Flight Period: June through into August.

Habitat: They in habit open grassy area's where dandelions grow.

Comment: This species is a fairly common resident in the southern half of the British Isles, and becomes scarcer further north.

(Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Denis & Schiffermuller 1775) (Hubner 1817)
Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae 
Common Marble Common Marble Common Marble Common Marble Thyme Marble
Celypha lacunana Celypha lacunana Celypha lacunana Celypha lacunana Celypha cespitana
49.166   BF 1076 49.166   BF 1076 49.166   BF 1076 49.166   BF 1076 49.164    BF 1067

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 16mm to 18mm.

Flight Period: May to August, and is either a single protracted brood, or there is a partial second brood.

Habitat: Damp areas wood land, hedgerows, grassy fields, and other area's where the food plants grow.

Comment: This species is a common resident to the UK.

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 14mm to 16mm.

Flight Period: June into August

Habitat: Many habitats on dry calcareous soils, and coastal areas.

Comment: This species is variable in both colour and markings. It is widely, but locally distributed throughout the British Isles.

(Doubleday 1849) (Doubleday 1849) (Doubleday 1849) (Hubner 1817) (Hubner 1817)
Tortricidae - Olethreutinae  Tortricidae - Olethreutinae  Tortricidae - Olethreutinae  Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae
Smoky-barred Marble Smoky-barred Marble Smoky-barred Marble Holly Tortrix Holly Tortrix
Lobesia abscisana Lobesia abscisana Lobesia abscisana Rhopobota naevana Rhopobota naevana
49.183    BF 1108 49.183    BF 1108 49.183    BF 1108 49.223    BF 1159 49.223    BF 1159

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 10mm to 13mm.

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

Habitat: They inhabit waste ground, parks, gardens and many places where Creeping Thistle grows.

Comment: This moth is common, and localised in south England. Found as far north as Yorkshire, but is scarcer.

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 12mm to 16mm.

Flight Period: July to September.

Habitat: Damp Habitats are many and quite varied, they include parks, gardens, hedgerows, woodland and moorland, where Holly or Bilberry are present.

Comment: This species is a very common in the UK.

(Fischer Von Rosterstamm 1839) (Fischer Von Rosterstamm 1839)      
Tortricidae - Olethreutinae Tortricidae - Olethreutinae      
Common Birch Bell Common Birch Bell      
Epinotia immundana Epinotia immundana      
49.240    BF 1136 49.240    BF 1136      

Status: Resident in UK.

Wing Span: 12mm to 14mm.

Flight Period: April into  June, again in August and September.

Habitat: This moth inhabits wood land, heath land, river banks, parks and gardens where Alder and Birch grow.

Comment: This species is resident in the UK, it is well distributed and fairly common in some places.

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Species 49.251 to 49.324

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