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  • Reg Fry
    Hi all, I have compiled an alphabetical list of the species currently illustrated in the Photos section of the forum. I have used English Common names where
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 4, 2003
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      Hi all,

      I have compiled an alphabetical list of the species currently illustrated in
      the Photos section of the forum. I have used English Common names where they
      are in 'common' usage. Please let me have any photos of eggs, larvae or
      pupae to fill the many gaps. However additional photos of those already
      illustrated showing the larvae in different stages, colour forms or from
      different angles, are also well worth including - so please send these also
      (or upload to the files area where I will sort them out and insert them in
      the correct order for the Photos section).

      The photos are currently arranged in family albums in numerical order using
      the numbering system in mapmate, uk moths etc. Does anyone have any
      suggestions for a better way to arrange them e.g.arranging them
      alphabetically in each family. I suppose that numerically may be best order
      because it creates less confusion where species have both common and
      scientific names....

      The list of species at the present time follows below.

      Regards

      Reg


      Anania stachydalis
      Angle Shades
      Ashworths Rustic
      Autumnal Moth
      Autumnal Rustic
      Barred Chestnut
      Barred Red
      Barred Tooth-striped
      Beautiful Brocade
      Beautiful Gothic
      Beautiful Snout
      Beech-green Carpet
      Belted Beauty
      Bilberry Pug
      Birch Mocha
      Black Arches
      Black Rustic
      Black-banded
      Blairs Shoulder-knot
      Blossom Underwing
      Bloxworth Snout
      Blue Underwing
      Bordered Sallow
      Bordered Straw
      Bordered White
      Broad-bordered Bee Hawkmoth
      Broom Moth
      Brown Hairstreak
      Brown-tail
      Buff Ermine
      Buff-Tip
      Buttoned Snout
      Cabbage Moth
      Canary-shouldered Thorn
      Capperia britanniodac
      Celypha lacunana
      Chamomile Shark
      Channel Isle Pug
      Chestnut-coloured Carpet
      Chocolate-tip
      Cinnabar
      Cloaked Carpet
      Clouded Border
      Clouded Drab
      Clouded Yellow
      Comma
      Common Blue
      Common Emerald
      Common Footman
      Common Heath
      Common Marbled Carpet
      Common Quaker
      Common Wave
      Convolvulus Hawkmoth
      Copper Underwing
      Cream-bordered Green Pea
      Cypress Carpet
      Dark Bordered Beauty
      Dark Crimson Underwing
      Dark Dagger
      Dark Spectacle
      Death's-head Hawkmoth
      December Moth
      Deep-brown Dart
      Dentated Pug
      Devon Carpet
      Dew Moth
      Dewicks Plusia
      Dingy Mocha
      Dotted Carpet
      Dotted Chestnut
      Double-striped Pug
      Drinker
      Dun-bar
      Dusky Brocade
      Dusky Sallow
      Early Thorn
      Early Tooth-striped
      Elephant Hawkmoth
      Epischnia bankesiella
      Epischnia bankesiella
      Eyed Hawkmoth
      Feathered Thorn
      Fen Square-spot
      Figure of Eight
      Forester, The
      Four-spotted Footman
      Foxglove Pug
      Freyers Pug
      Galium Carpet
      Garden Tiger
      Gem, The
      Glaucous Shears
      Goat Moth
      Gold Spangle
      Golden Plusia
      Grass Eggar
      Grass Wave
      Grayling
      Great Brocade
      Great Oak Beauty
      Green-brindled Crescent
      Grey Birch
      Grey Carpet
      Grey Chi
      Grey Dagger
      Grey Scalloped Bar
      Grey Shoulder-knot
      Ground Lackey
      Gymnancyla canella
      Heath Rustic
      Hebrew Character
      Hedge Rustic
      Herald
      Herald, The
      High Brown Fritillary
      Hoary Footman
      Hummingbird Hawkmoth
      Irish Anulet
      Iron Prominent
      Jersey Tiger
      July Highflyer
      Juniper Pug
      Kentish Glory
      Lace Border
      Lackey
      Large Thorn
      Large Twin-spot Carpet
      Large Yellow Underwing
      Lead-coloured Drab
      Least Yellow Underwing
      Lesser Swallow Prominent
      Lesser Yellow Underwing
      Light Brown Apple Moth
      Light Emerald
      Light Knot Grass
      Lilac Beauty
      Lime Hawkmoth
      Lime-speck Pug
      Lobster Moth
      Lunar Marbled Brown
      Lunar Underwing
      Lunar Yellow Underwing
      Magpie, The
      Maidens Blush
      Marasmarcha lunaedact
      Marbled Corinet
      Marbled Pug
      Marbled White
      Marsh Moth
      Merveille DuJour
      Miller, The
      Mocha, The
      Mother Of Pearl
      Mottled Beauty
      Mottled Umber
      Mullein, The
      Muslin Moth
      Myelois circumvoluta
      Narrow-bordered Bee Hawkmoth
      Neglected Rustic
      Netted Carpet
      Northern Drab
      Northern Spinach
      Oak Beauty
      Oak Eggar
      Oak-tree Pug
      Old Lady
      Olive Crescent
      Orange Moth
      Orange Sallow
      Orange Underwing
      Orange-tip
      Ovendenia lienigianus
      Painted Lady
      Pale Pinion
      Pale Prominent
      Pale Tussock
      Palpita vitrealis
      Palpita vitrealis
      Parasemia plantaginis
      Peach Blossom
      Peacock
      Pebble Prominent
      Peppered Moth
      Pima boisduvaliella
      Pima boisduvaliella
      Pine Beauty
      Pine Hawkmoth
      Platyptilia isodactylus
      Platyptilia ochrodactyla
      Poplar Hawkmoth
      Poplar Kitten
      Poplar Lutestring
      Powdered Quaker
      Privet Hawkmoth
      Pselnophorus heterodactyla
      PurpleThorn
      Puss Moth
      Red Admiral
      Red Sword-grass
      Red Underwing
      Red-headed Chestnut
      Reed Dagger
      Rest Harrow
      Ringed Carpet
      Ringlet
      Rosy Marsh Moth
      Ruby Tiger
      Ruddy Highflyer
      Sallow Kitten
      Saxon, The
      Scalloped Hazel
      Scalloped Oak
      Scarce Blackneck
      Scarce Bordered Straw
      Scarce Burnished Brass
      Scarce Chocolate-tip
      Scarce Hook-tip
      Scarce Merveille Du Jour
      Scarce Umber
      Scarce Vapourer
      Scarlet Tiger
      Shaded Fan-foot
      Shark, The
      Sharp-angled Carpet
      Sharp-angled Peacock
      Shoulder Stripe
      Shoulder-striped Clover
      Silky Wave
      Silver Cloud
      Silver Y
      Silver-washed Fritillary
      Silvery Arches
      Sloe Pug
      Small Chocolate-tip
      Small Copper
      Small Eggar
      Small Elephant Hawkmoth1
      Small Grass Emerald
      Small Ranunculus
      Small Seraphim
      Snout, The
      Southern Chestnut
      Sprawler,The
      Spring Usher
      Spurge Hawkmoth
      Square-spotRustic
      Square-spottedClay
      Star-wort
      Stenoptilia pterodacttyla
      Striped Lychnis
      Sub-angledWave
      Sussex Emerald
      Swallow Prominent
      Sweet Gale Moth
      Sword-grass
      Tawny Pinion
      Tissue, The
      ToadflaxBrocade
      Triangle, The
      Triple-spotted Pug
      Twin-spot Carpet
      Vestel, The
      V-moth, The
      Water Betony
      Water Ermine
      Waved Carpet
      Waved Umber
      Weavers Wave
      White Ermine
      White Satin
      White-banded Carpet
      White-spotted Pinion
      Willow Beauty
      Wood Carpet
      Wood Tiger
      Yarrow Pug
      Yellow Belle
      Yellow-tail
      Ypsolopha parenthesella
    • Duncan Davidson
      Hi I have uploaded a couple of Dark Tussock larvae pics. Tussock1 and Tussock2. Please feel free to use them or not as you see fit. The pics were taken on 8
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 4, 2003
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        Hi

        I have uploaded a couple of Dark Tussock larvae pics. Tussock1 and
        Tussock2. Please feel free to use them or not as you see fit.
        The pics were taken on 8 June this year, near Lochindorb,
        Nairnshire, Grid ref NH968347.

        Also 2 shots of a Vapourer pupae, encrusted with eggs, taken on 9
        June this year, in Strathconon, Grid ref NH365555.

        Duncan

        > Please let me have any photos of eggs, larvae or
        > pupae to fill the many gaps. However additional photos of those
        already
        > illustrated showing the larvae in different stages, colour forms
        or from
        > different angles, are also well worth including - so please send
        these also
        > (or upload to the files area where I will sort them out and insert
        them in
        > the correct order for the Photos section).
        >
        >
      • Reg Fry
        Thanks Duncan, will add them to the photos section in the near future. Please keep them coming! Reg From: Duncan Davidson
        Message 3 of 4 , Jul 7, 2003
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          Thanks Duncan,

          will add them to the photos section in the near future. Please keep them
          coming!

          Reg

          From: "Duncan Davidson" <duncan_davidson@...>
          Reply-To: Breeding_UK-Leps@yahoogroups.com
          Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2003 21:24:19 -0000
          To: Breeding_UK-Leps@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [Breeding_UK-Leps] Re: Larval photos


          Hi

          I have uploaded a couple of Dark Tussock larvae pics. Tussock1 and
          Tussock2. Please feel free to use them or not as you see fit.
          The pics were taken on 8 June this year, near Lochindorb,
          Nairnshire, Grid ref NH968347.

          Also 2 shots of a Vapourer pupae, encrusted with eggs, taken on 9
          June this year, in Strathconon, Grid ref NH365555.

          Duncan

          > Please let me have any photos of eggs, larvae or
          > pupae to fill the many gaps. However additional photos of those
          already
          > illustrated showing the larvae in different stages, colour forms
          or from
          > different angles, are also well worth including - so please send
          these also
          > (or upload to the files area where I will sort them out and insert
          them in
          > the correct order for the Photos section).
          >
          >


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        • Jeroen Voogd
          Hello Reg, All, I don t know if this group has many members from the continent but it would be a big help for me if the scientific names are mentioned too
          Message 4 of 4 , Jul 10, 2003
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            Hello Reg, All,


            I don't know if this group has many members from the continent but it
            would be a big help for me if the scientific names are mentioned too
            besides the English Common Names.

            I am quite busy at the moment and so have not much time to breed, but
            sometimes you just have too... Last Saturday I have found a very
            large Psychidae female case I suspect this one will be Pachytelia
            villosella or Acanthospyche atra. Alas the female was already emerged
            so I was unable to attract males to make a correct ID. However she
            has mated because right now about 150 small cases are coming out of
            the female case. I am afraid I have to breed them to be certain about
            the species, and yes I am aware that they have a two year live
            cycle...


            As I have found P. villosella quite often I am almost certain that
            this is A. atra which would be extremely rare for the Netherlands.
            Does anybody have any experience with breeding Psychidae and thus
            tips?


            Best regards,


            Jeroen Voogd
            The Netherlands


            --- In Breeding_UK-Leps@yahoogroups.com, Reg Fry <reg.a.fry@b...>
            wrote:
            > Hi all,
            >
            > I have compiled an alphabetical list of the species currently
            illustrated in
            > the Photos section of the forum. I have used English Common names
            where they
            > are in 'common' usage. Please let me have any photos of eggs,
            larvae or
            > pupae to fill the many gaps. However additional photos of those
            already
            > illustrated showing the larvae in different stages, colour forms or
            from
            > different angles, are also well worth including - so please send
            these also
            > (or upload to the files area where I will sort them out and insert
            them in
            > the correct order for the Photos section).
            >
            > The photos are currently arranged in family albums in numerical
            order using
            > the numbering system in mapmate, uk moths etc. Does anyone have any
            > suggestions for a better way to arrange them e.g.arranging them
            > alphabetically in each family. I suppose that numerically may be
            best order
            > because it creates less confusion where species have both common and
            > scientific names....
            >
            > The list of species at the present time follows below.
            >
            > Regards
            >
            > Reg
            >
            >
            > Anania stachydalis
            > Angle Shades
            > Ashworths Rustic
            > Autumnal Moth
            > Autumnal Rustic
            > Barred Chestnut
            > Barred Red
            > Barred Tooth-striped
            > Beautiful Brocade
            > Beautiful Gothic
            > Beautiful Snout
            > Beech-green Carpet
            > Belted Beauty
            > Bilberry Pug
            > Birch Mocha
            > Black Arches
            > Black Rustic
            > Black-banded
            > Blairs Shoulder-knot
            > Blossom Underwing
            > Bloxworth Snout
            > Blue Underwing
            > Bordered Sallow
            > Bordered Straw
            > Bordered White
            > Broad-bordered Bee Hawkmoth
            > Broom Moth
            > Brown Hairstreak
            > Brown-tail
            > Buff Ermine
            > Buff-Tip
            > Buttoned Snout
            > Cabbage Moth
            > Canary-shouldered Thorn
            > Capperia britanniodac
            > Celypha lacunana
            > Chamomile Shark
            > Channel Isle Pug
            > Chestnut-coloured Carpet
            > Chocolate-tip
            > Cinnabar
            > Cloaked Carpet
            > Clouded Border
            > Clouded Drab
            > Clouded Yellow
            > Comma
            > Common Blue
            > Common Emerald
            > Common Footman
            > Common Heath
            > Common Marbled Carpet
            > Common Quaker
            > Common Wave
            > Convolvulus Hawkmoth
            > Copper Underwing
            > Cream-bordered Green Pea
            > Cypress Carpet
            > Dark Bordered Beauty
            > Dark Crimson Underwing
            > Dark Dagger
            > Dark Spectacle
            > Death's-head Hawkmoth
            > December Moth
            > Deep-brown Dart
            > Dentated Pug
            > Devon Carpet
            > Dew Moth
            > Dewicks Plusia
            > Dingy Mocha
            > Dotted Carpet
            > Dotted Chestnut
            > Double-striped Pug
            > Drinker
            > Dun-bar
            > Dusky Brocade
            > Dusky Sallow
            > Early Thorn
            > Early Tooth-striped
            > Elephant Hawkmoth
            > Epischnia bankesiella
            > Epischnia bankesiella
            > Eyed Hawkmoth
            > Feathered Thorn
            > Fen Square-spot
            > Figure of Eight
            > Forester, The
            > Four-spotted Footman
            > Foxglove Pug
            > Freyers Pug
            > Galium Carpet
            > Garden Tiger
            > Gem, The
            > Glaucous Shears
            > Goat Moth
            > Gold Spangle
            > Golden Plusia
            > Grass Eggar
            > Grass Wave
            > Grayling
            > Great Brocade
            > Great Oak Beauty
            > Green-brindled Crescent
            > Grey Birch
            > Grey Carpet
            > Grey Chi
            > Grey Dagger
            > Grey Scalloped Bar
            > Grey Shoulder-knot
            > Ground Lackey
            > Gymnancyla canella
            > Heath Rustic
            > Hebrew Character
            > Hedge Rustic
            > Herald
            > Herald, The
            > High Brown Fritillary
            > Hoary Footman
            > Hummingbird Hawkmoth
            > Irish Anulet
            > Iron Prominent
            > Jersey Tiger
            > July Highflyer
            > Juniper Pug
            > Kentish Glory
            > Lace Border
            > Lackey
            > Large Thorn
            > Large Twin-spot Carpet
            > Large Yellow Underwing
            > Lead-coloured Drab
            > Least Yellow Underwing
            > Lesser Swallow Prominent
            > Lesser Yellow Underwing
            > Light Brown Apple Moth
            > Light Emerald
            > Light Knot Grass
            > Lilac Beauty
            > Lime Hawkmoth
            > Lime-speck Pug
            > Lobster Moth
            > Lunar Marbled Brown
            > Lunar Underwing
            > Lunar Yellow Underwing
            > Magpie, The
            > Maidens Blush
            > Marasmarcha lunaedact
            > Marbled Corinet
            > Marbled Pug
            > Marbled White
            > Marsh Moth
            > Merveille DuJour
            > Miller, The
            > Mocha, The
            > Mother Of Pearl
            > Mottled Beauty
            > Mottled Umber
            > Mullein, The
            > Muslin Moth
            > Myelois circumvoluta
            > Narrow-bordered Bee Hawkmoth
            > Neglected Rustic
            > Netted Carpet
            > Northern Drab
            > Northern Spinach
            > Oak Beauty
            > Oak Eggar
            > Oak-tree Pug
            > Old Lady
            > Olive Crescent
            > Orange Moth
            > Orange Sallow
            > Orange Underwing
            > Orange-tip
            > Ovendenia lienigianus
            > Painted Lady
            > Pale Pinion
            > Pale Prominent
            > Pale Tussock
            > Palpita vitrealis
            > Palpita vitrealis
            > Parasemia plantaginis
            > Peach Blossom
            > Peacock
            > Pebble Prominent
            > Peppered Moth
            > Pima boisduvaliella
            > Pima boisduvaliella
            > Pine Beauty
            > Pine Hawkmoth
            > Platyptilia isodactylus
            > Platyptilia ochrodactyla
            > Poplar Hawkmoth
            > Poplar Kitten
            > Poplar Lutestring
            > Powdered Quaker
            > Privet Hawkmoth
            > Pselnophorus heterodactyla
            > PurpleThorn
            > Puss Moth
            > Red Admiral
            > Red Sword-grass
            > Red Underwing
            > Red-headed Chestnut
            > Reed Dagger
            > Rest Harrow
            > Ringed Carpet
            > Ringlet
            > Rosy Marsh Moth
            > Ruby Tiger
            > Ruddy Highflyer
            > Sallow Kitten
            > Saxon, The
            > Scalloped Hazel
            > Scalloped Oak
            > Scarce Blackneck
            > Scarce Bordered Straw
            > Scarce Burnished Brass
            > Scarce Chocolate-tip
            > Scarce Hook-tip
            > Scarce Merveille Du Jour
            > Scarce Umber
            > Scarce Vapourer
            > Scarlet Tiger
            > Shaded Fan-foot
            > Shark, The
            > Sharp-angled Carpet
            > Sharp-angled Peacock
            > Shoulder Stripe
            > Shoulder-striped Clover
            > Silky Wave
            > Silver Cloud
            > Silver Y
            > Silver-washed Fritillary
            > Silvery Arches
            > Sloe Pug
            > Small Chocolate-tip
            > Small Copper
            > Small Eggar
            > Small Elephant Hawkmoth1
            > Small Grass Emerald
            > Small Ranunculus
            > Small Seraphim
            > Snout, The
            > Southern Chestnut
            > Sprawler,The
            > Spring Usher
            > Spurge Hawkmoth
            > Square-spotRustic
            > Square-spottedClay
            > Star-wort
            > Stenoptilia pterodacttyla
            > Striped Lychnis
            > Sub-angledWave
            > Sussex Emerald
            > Swallow Prominent
            > Sweet Gale Moth
            > Sword-grass
            > Tawny Pinion
            > Tissue, The
            > ToadflaxBrocade
            > Triangle, The
            > Triple-spotted Pug
            > Twin-spot Carpet
            > Vestel, The
            > V-moth, The
            > Water Betony
            > Water Ermine
            > Waved Carpet
            > Waved Umber
            > Weavers Wave
            > White Ermine
            > White Satin
            > White-banded Carpet
            > White-spotted Pinion
            > Willow Beauty
            > Wood Carpet
            > Wood Tiger
            > Yarrow Pug
            > Yellow Belle
            > Yellow-tail
            > Ypsolopha parenthesella
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