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Barberry Carpet
barberry carpet moth

Barberry Carpet Pareulype berberata

This is a protected species in Britain and it is illegal to collect or disturb any of its stages. It is extremely local in its distribution and few moths are found each year. It is bivoltine, with moths being in flight in May and June and then again in August. Image: Alex Hyde / Back from the Brink (Flickr).

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Basil Thyme Case-bearer
Basil Thyme case-bearer moth

Basil Thyme Case-bearer Coleophora tricolor

This species is restricted to breeding in Breckland in Great Britain. They are yellowish ochre with silver white stripes edged in black. The apex is curved and pointed projecting upwards when at rest. Image: Neil Sherman (Suffolk Moths).

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Bordered Gothic
bordered gothic moth

Bordered Gothic Sideridis reticulata

A declining species, now restricted to a few scattered localities in the south-east of England, though formerly somewhat more widespread in the south. Its preferred habitats are chalk downland, waste ground and sand-dunes or sea-cliffs, where the adults fly in June and July. Image: Michał Brzeziński (iNaturalist).

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Dingy Mocha
Dingy Mocha moth

Dingy Mocha Cyclophora pendularia

The dingy mocha is a moth of the family Geometridae. The wings are greyish, thickly striped with darker grey; the markings similar to those of the birch mocha, but the rings are nearly always reddish or purplish, and the central line is wavy. Image: Ilia Ustyantsev (Flickr).

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Double Dart
Double dart moth

Double Dart Graphiphora augur

A locally widespread species over much of Britain, but not especially common. It inhabits woodland, bushy places and grassy areas, and flies in a single generation during June and July. Image: Donald Hobern (Flickr).

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False Mocha
False Mocha moth

False Mocha Cyclophora porata

Although distributed mainly in the southern half of England and in Wales, this species is rather local and uncommon, and probably declining in numbers. It has two generations, flying firstly in May and June and again in August and September. Image: Gail Hampshire (Flickr).

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Fenn’s Wainscot
fenn's wainscot moth

Fenn’s Wainscot Protarchanara brevilinea

Restricted to a small number of fenland localities in East Anglia, this is a very local species, though it can be common where it occurs. Image: Paul Kitchener (Flickr).

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Four-spotted Moth
four spotted moth

Four-spotted Moth Tyta luctuosa

This scarce and vulnerable species was once widely distributed in the south, but is now restricted to a few small populations in Dorset, the Brecks and elsewhere. The larvae feed on field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), and prefer the buds of flowers. Image: Mervyn Crawford (Flickr).

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Goat Moth
Goat moth

Goat Moth Cossus cossus

The Goat Moth gets its English name from the strong 'goaty' odour of the caterpillar. The caterpillar burrows into the trunks of various deciduous trees, and feeds on the wood. Because of the long digestion period required for this food matter, the larvae often live for up to five years before pupating. Image: Paul Kitchener (Flickr).

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Grey Carpet
grey carpet moth

Grey Carpet Lithostege griseata

A plain but subtly attractive species, which is restricted to the dry, stony Breckland district of East Anglia. The adults, which can be flushed in the daytime, generally fly at night between May and July. Image: Patrick Clement (Flickr).

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Horehound Long-horn Moth
horehound long-horn moth

Horehound Long-horn Moth Nemophora fasciella

A scarce species, distributed mainly in the south and south-east of England They adults have bronzy forewings with a central purplish fascia, and the males have long silvery-white antennae, black at the base. The females have shorter, blackish antennae with white at the tips. Image: Martin Cooper (Flickr).

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Lunar Yellow Underwing
lunar yellow underwing

Lunar Yellow Underwing Noctua orbona

A declining species which has now disappeared from many of its former haunts. It still occurs in scattered localities in southern England and East Anglia, but is generally quite rare. It resembles the Lesser Yellow Underwing (N. comes), but has a narrower, straighter forewing with a distinct black mark on the leading edge near the tip. Image: Paul Kitchener (Flickr).

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Narrow-bordered Bee Hawk-moth
narrow-bordered bee hawk-moth

Narrow-bordered Bee Hawk-moth Hemaris tityus

Closely mimicking a bumblebee, this is one of two similar species occurring in Britain. It appears in May and June and is a lively day-flier, visiting various flowers. Frequenting marshy woodland and damp moorland, it has a wide distribution in Britain, but is generally quite scarce. Image: Anne Sorbes (iNaturalist).

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Olive Crescent
olive crescent moth

Olive Crescent Trisateles emortualis

A rare species, which is resident in one or two scattered deciduous woodland areas in the south of England. There have also been a handful of probable migrant records on the south coast. The foodplants are sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa), oak (Quercus) and beech (Fagus). Image: Ilia Ustyantsev (Flickr).

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Pale Shining Brown
pale shining brown moth

Pale Shining Brown Polia bombycina

Formerly more widespread, this species is retracting its range and is now mostly found in south-eastern England. Occasional coastal records are thought to be migrants. The adults fly in June and July, when they will visit light, sugar and various flowers. The species prefers calcareous soils.  Image: Donald Hobern (Flickr).

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Rest Harrow
rest harrow moth

Rest Harrow Aplasta ononaria

A subtly-marked species, this moth is a member of the subfamily Geometrinae, or Emeralds, whose other British members are all greenish in colour. It is locally distributed in coastal areas of the south and south-east of England. Image: Neil Sherman (Flickr).

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Sloe Carpet
Sloe carpet moth

Sloe Carpet Aleucis distinctata

A dull greyish species inhabits woodland and bushy areas. During the summer months, the larvae develop, feeding on sloe, or blackthorn (Prunus spinosa). Image: Mervyn Crawford (Flickr).

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The Concolorous
The Concolorous moth

The Concolorous Photedes extrema

A very local species occurring mainly in the Huntingdonshire fens. There have been a few records in the south, which are attributed to migrants. The adults fly in June and July and are attracted to light. On some specimens the row of blackish dots on the forewing is conspicuous, on others almost absent. Image: Nikolai Vladimirov (iNaturalist).

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The Forester
forester moth

The Forester Adscita statices

A day-flying species, the Forester is widespread but absent over wide areas. It flies in sunshine during June and July. The antennae, head, thorax, legs and abdomen are shiny green (the thorax is occasionally blue green and shimmering). However, the wings may appear rusty-red in the early morning and evening. Image: Stuart Read (Flickr).

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Water-dock Case-bearer
Water-dock Case-bearer larvae

Water-dock Case-bearer Coleophora hydrolapathella

This rare species is restricted to Broadland and coastal marshes of Suffolk plus county Durham. The moth flies from the late afternoon into dusk in July and August. The larvae feed from a mobile case on the seeds of Rumex hydrolapathumImage: Neil Sherman (Suffolk Moths).

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White-mantled Wainscot
white-mantled wainscot moth

White-mantled Wainscot Archanara neurica

Adult moths are predominantly light brown, with a pale fringe along the front edge of the thorax. A rare and local species, occurring only in a relatively small number of reedbeds in coastal Suffolk, though previously it also occurred in East Sussex. Image: Tony Morris (Flickr).

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White-spotted Pinion
White-spotted Pinion

White-spotted Pinion Cosmia diffinis

The rarest and most attractive of the four british Cosmia species, this moth underwent a rapid decline as a result of Dutch elm disease during the 1970s. The moth is now scarcely distributed in parts of southern England. The flight period is from July to September, and the species is attracted to light. Image: Will George (Flickr).

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Species list – research only

  • Grey Dagger Acronicta psi
  • Knot Grass Acronicta rumicis
  • Flounced Chestnut Agrochola helvola
  • Brown-spot Pinion Agrochola litura
  • Beaded Chestnut Agrochola lychnidis
  • Green-brindled Crescent Allophyes oxyacanthae
  • Ear Moth Amphipoea oculea
  • Mouse Moth Amphipyra tragopoginis
  • Large Nutmeg Apamea anceps
  • Dusky Brocade Apamea remissa
  • Deep-brown Dart Aporophyla lutulenta
  • Garden Tiger Arctia caja
  • Sprawler Asteroscopus sphinx
  • Centre-barred Sallow Atethmia centrago
  • Dark Brocade Blepharita adusta
  • Minor Shoulder Knot Brachylomia viminalis
  • Mottled Rustic Caradrina Morpheus
  • Haworth’s Minor Celaena haworthii
  • Crescent Celaena leucostigma
  • Streak Chesias legatella
  • Broom-Tip Chesias rufata
  • Latticed Heath Chiasmia clathrata
  • Oak Lutestring Cymatophorima diluta
  • Small Square-spot Diarsia rubi
  • Figure of Eight Diloba caeruleocephala
  • Small Phoenix Ecliptopera silaceata
  • September Thorn Ennomos erosaria
  • Dusky Thorn Ennomos fuscantaria
  • August Thorn Ennomos quercinaria
  • Gallium Carpet Epirrhoe galiata
  • Autumnal Rustic Eugnorisma glareosa
  • Spinach Eulithis mellinata
  • Garden Dart Euxoa nigricans
  • White-line Dart Euxoa tritici
  • Double Dart Graphiphora augur
  • Small Emerald Hemistola chrysoprasaria
  • Ghost Moth Hepialus humuli
  • Rustic Hoplodrina blanda
  • Rosy Rustic Hydraecia micacea
  • Brindled Beauty Lycia hirtaria
  • V-moth Macaria wauaria
  • Lackey Malacosoma Neustria
  • Dot Moth Melanchra persicariae
  • Broom Moth Melanchra pisi
  • Pretty Chalk Carpet Melanthia procellata
  • Rosy Minor Mesoligia literosa
  • Shoulder-striped Wainscot Mythimna comma
  • Oblique Carpet Orthonama vittata
  • Powered Quaker Orthosia gracilis
  • Dark Spinach Pelurga comitata
  • Large Wainscot Rhizedra lutosa
  • Mullein Wave Scopula marginepunctata
  • Shaded Broad-bar Scotopteryx chenopodiata
  • White Ermine Spilosoma lubricipeda
  • Buff Ermine Spilosoma luteum
  • Anomalous Stilbia anomala
  • Hedge Rustic Tholera cespitis
  • Feathered Gothic Tholera decimalis
  • Blood Vein Timandra comae
  • Pale Eggar Trichiura crataegi
  • Cinnabar Tyria jacobaeae
  • Oak Hook-tip Watsonalla binaria
  • Dusky Lemon Sallow Xanthia gilvago
  • Sallow Xanthia icteritia
  • Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet Xanthorhoe ferrugata
  • Heath Rustic Xestia agathina
  • Neglected Rustic Xestia castanea


The Suffolk Moth Group, coordinated by Tony has made detailed records for many Suffolk sites, including many reserves as well as domestic gardens. The group also produces a regular newsletter to facilitate the exchange of information across the county. There are currently over 964,000 records on the SBIS database (more than any other taxon group except birds). Annual reviews of important records and trends have been published in TSNS for many years. The group have produced an up-to-date county checklist on RECORDER including statuses. The Moth Group website includes photos and data on the status and distribution of all species occurring in the county. Further guidance on identification and photos of species can be found on the UK Moths website.


Major Publications

Lepidoptera of Suffolk. 1890 Bloomfield (Digital Public Library of America)

Final Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Suffolk. 1937 C. Morley. Memoir No. 1 SNS


The Lepidoptera of Suffolk: Addenda et Corrigenda. Morley, C.


Lepidoptera of Suffolk: Addenda et Corrigenda. Morley, C.


Supplement to the Final Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Suffolk. Aston, A. E.1960 TSNS 11: 479

Other papers from Suffolk Natural History

A review of moths in Suffolk 2019 and new additions to the county list from previous year not yet reported. N. Sherman (2020)
Macro-moths recorded as new to Suffolk during the period 2014-2018. M. J. Deans (2019)
Micro-moths new to Suffolk 2013-2018 plus corrections to earlier additions to the County list. N. Sherman (2019)
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2014. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2013. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2012. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2011. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2010. A. W. Prichard
Spurge Hawk-moth Hyles euphorbiae (L.) caterpillars at Landguard Suffolk. N. Odin (2010)
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2009. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2008. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2007. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2006. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2005. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2004. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2003. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2002. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2001. A. W. Prichard
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2000. A. W. Prichard
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1999. M. R. Hall
1998 notes on Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E. (1999)
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1998. Hall, M. R.
Tachystola acroxantha reaches Suffolk Nicholls, J. (1998)
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1997. Hall, M. R.
Noble Grass-veneer moth, Catoptria verellus Zinck (Iepidoptera: Pyralidae) erroneously reported from Suffolk. Aston, A. E.(1998)
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1996. Hall, M. R.
Five-spot Burnet Moth Zygaena trifolii (Esper) in Suffolk. Mendel, H. & Macklin, R. N. (1997)
White-point Moth, Mythimna albipuncta D. & S., in 1995. Aston, A. E. (1996)
Abundance of the Silver Y Moth. Stewart, R. G. (1995) p 40
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1994. Hall, M. R.
Some Suffolk pyralid moths. Aston, A. E. (1995)
Conserving the Barberry Carpet moth in Suffolk. Sibbett, N. E. (1995)
Shoulder-striped Clover Moth, Heliothis maritima, ssp. warneckei Bours. or ssp. bulgarica Draudt in East Suffolk. Aston, A. E. (1995) p 15
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1993. Hall, M. R.
Blastobasis decolorella and other Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E. (1994) p 51
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1992. Hall, M. R.
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1991. Hall, M. R.
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1990. M. R. Hall
Twenty years of moth monitoring at Broom's Barn. Riley, A. M. (1990)
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1989. Hall, M. R. & Watchman, A.
An interim report on the regular sampling of the moth population at Fen Street, Hopton (overlooking Market Weston Fen), Suffolk. Hall, M. R. (1990)
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1988. Watchman, A. (1989)
A lifetime with butterflies and moths. Eley, R. F. (1989)
Conserving the Barberry Carpet moth in Suffolk. Waring, P. (1989)
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 1987. Watchman, A. (1988)
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 1986. Watchman, A. (1987)
Reed dagger moth. Wanstall, P. J. (1987) p 67
Notes on some Suffolk moths in 1985. Watchman, A. (1986)
A tribute and notes on some Suffolk moths. Watchman, A. (1985)
The occurrence of the Marsh Moth Athetis palustris in Suffolk. Barnett, R. J. (1985) p 72
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1983. Chipperfield, H. E. (1984)
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1982. Chipperfield, H. E. (1983)
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1981. Chipperfield, H. E. (1982)
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1980. Chipperfield, H. E. (1981)
Some Lepidoptera recorded from Suffolk Trust for Nature Conservation reserves during 1980. Watchman, A. (1981)
Stigmella tiliae (Frey), a nepticulid moth new to the county list. Manning, S. A. (1981)
Long term monitoring of the moth populations at Broom’s Barn. Woiwod, I. P. (1981)
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1979. Chipperfield, H. E. (1980)
Moths recorded at Wissett, nr. Halesworth in 1979. Antram, F. B. S. (1980)
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1978. Chipperfield, H. E. (1979)
A review of some butterflies and moths in Suffolk during the past fifty years. de Worms, C. G. M. (1979)
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1977. Chipperfield, H. E. (1978)
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1976. Chipperfield, H. E. (1977)
Camberwell Beauties, the scarce Chocolate Tip and other Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1976. de Worms, C. G. M. (1977)
A review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1976. de Worms, C. G. M. (1977)
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1975. Chipperfield, H. E. (1976)
Some Records of Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1975. de Worms, C. G. M. (1976)
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1975. de Worms, C. G. M. (1976)
Moths of Redgrave and Lopham Fens. Pierce, C. W. (1976)
A review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1974. de Worms, C. G. M. (1975)
Barberry Carpet Moth. Fourth Report. Pierce, C. W.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1974. Chipperfield, H. E.
The Striped Hawk and other Lepidoptera recorded in Suffolk during 1974. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Alder Kitten, The Speckled Footman, and other Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1973. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain for 1973. de Worms, C. G. M.
Barberry Carpet Moth. Third Report. Pierce, C. W.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1973. Chipperfield, H. E.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1972. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1972. Chipperfield, H. E.
Some Records of Lepidoptera in Suffolk for 1972 de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of Lepidoptera in the British Isles during 1971. de Worms, C. G. M.
The White-Banded Carpet (Euphyia luctuata Schiff.) in West Suffolk. de Worms, C. G. M.
Barberry Carpet Moth, Second Report. Pierce, C. W.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1971. Chipperfield, H. E.
Some Records of Lepidoptera in Suffolk During 1971. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1970. de Worms, C. G. M.
Moths of Redgrave and Lopham Fens, Fourth Report. Pierce, C. W.
Some Records of Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1970. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1970. Chipperfield, H. E.
Needharn Market Lepidoptera in 1970. Pierce, C. W.
Barberry Carpet Moth. Pierce, C. W.
The White-Speck Wainscot in Suffolk with notes on its range and occurrence in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1969. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Clifden Nonpareil and other interesting Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1969. de Worms, C. G. M.
Notes on Needham Market Lepidoptera, 1969. Pierce, C. W.
Moths of Redgrave and Lopham Fens, Third Report. Pierce, C. W.
Moths in a Sudbourne Garden. Pease, H.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1969. Chipperfield, H. E.
A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1968. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Rannoch Looper (Itame brunneata, Thunb.) and other records of Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1968. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1968. Chipperfield, H. E.
The Marsh Moth (Hydrillula palustris, Hiibn.) in East Suffolk with notes on its range and occurrence in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.
Moths of Redgrave and Lopham Fens - Second Report. Pierce, C. W.
Zanclognatha tarsicrinalis again in Suffolk and some Further County Records of Lepidoptera for 1967. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1967. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1967. Chipperfield, H. E.
Needham Market Lepidoptera in 1967. Pierce, C. W
Moths of Redgrave and Lopham Fens. Pierce, C. W.
A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1966. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of Lepidoptera Collecting in Suffolk during 1966. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1966. Chipperfield, H. E.
The Concolorous Wainscot (Arenostola extrema, Hubner) A Noctuid New to Suffolk: A brief review of its status in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Gold Spangle (Plusia bractea Fabr.) A Noctuid Moth New to Suffolk: A note on its recent extension of range in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Great Britain during 1965. de Worms, C. G. M.
Additions to the Suffolk Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E.
Zanclognatha tarsicrinalis in Suffolk A Noctuid new to the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Speckled Footman, taken in Suffolk and its present status in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.
Some Suffolk Lepidoptera Records for 1965. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1965. Chipperfield, H. E.
Lepidoptera at Weston, 1965. Aston, A. E.
A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1964. de Worms, C. G. M.
Lepidoptera at Easton Bavents. Bull, A. L.
Lepidoptera near Woodbridge in 1964. Pease, H.
The Angle-Striped Sallow Moth and other Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1964. Aston, A. E.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1964. Chipperfield, H. E.
Collecting in Suffolk, July 1964. de Worms, C. G. M.
Some Further Records of Suffolk Lepidoptera for 1964. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Scarce Black Arches in Suffolk. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1963. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1963 (I) de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1963 (II) Chipperfield, H. E.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1963 (III) Aston, A. E.
Two Moths New to Suffolk. Aston, A. E.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1962. Chipperfield, H. E.
Notes on Lepidoptera in Suffolk for 1962. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Review of Lepidoptera in the British Isles during 1961. de Worms, C. G. M.
Some Moths New to Suffolk. Chipperfield, H. E.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1961. Chipperfield, H. E.
Notes on Suffolk Lepidoptera for 1961. de Worms, C. G. M.
Supplement to the Final Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Suffolk. Aston, A. E.
Review of British Lepidoptera for 1960. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1960. Chipperfield, H. E.
Three Additions to the Suffolk Lepidoptera. Aston, A. E.
Local Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E.
Lepidoptera Rearing Notes, 1959-60. Beaufoy, S.
Some Interesting Lepidoptera Captured in Suffolk during 1960. de Worms, C. G. M.
Review of British Lepidoptera for 1959. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera 1959. Chipperfield, H. E.
Two Visits to Suffolk during 1959. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Bedstraw Hawk Moth. de Worms, C. G. M.
The Waved Black in Suffolk. de Worms, C. G. M.
Lepidoptera at Waldringfield during 1959. Waller, T. A. M.
Working a Mercury Vapour Moth Trap. Waller, T. A. M.
Lepidoptera of 1958. George, W. S.
A Review of British Lepidoptera. de Worms, C. G. M.
Collecting in 1958. Aston, A. E.
Some Old Time Suffolk Records. de Worms, C. G. M.
Various Notes on Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E.
Rare Moths. Waller, A. P.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1958. Chipperfield, H. E.
Review of British Lepidoptera for 1957. de Worms, C. G. M.
A New Suffolk Moth. Aston, A. E.
Other Micros New to Suffolk. Aston, A. E.
Cerura bicuspis. de Worms, C. G. M.
Mainly Moths. Aston, A. E.
Prevalence in East Suffolk of Simyra albovenosa and Triphaena orbona. de Worms, C. G. M.
Lepidoptera Notes, 1957. Chipperfield, H. E.
Notes on Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1957. Waller, A. P.
More Notes on Suffolk Lepidoptera. Birkett, N. L.
British Macrolepidoptera, 1956. de Worms, C. G. M.
Collecting in Suffolk in July, 1956. de Worms, C. G. M.
Moths at Waldringfield in 1956. Waller, A. P.
Death's Head Moth and other Rare Species. de Worms, C. G. M.
Suffolk Notes for 1956. Chipperfield, H. E.
Clostera anachoreta. de Worms, C. G. M.
Captures near Southwold, 1956. Baker, G. J.
Lepidoptera of Suffolk Coast, 1956. George, W. S.
British Macro-Lepidoptera, 1955. de Worms, C. G. M.
On Collecting in Suffolk in 1955. Chipperfield, H. E.
On Collecting in Suffolk in 1955. Waller, A. P.
On Breeding of White-Banded Carpet. Chipperfield, H. E.
A Collecting Trip in Eastern Counties, 1955. de Worms, C. G. M.
A Few Days in Suffolk, 1955. de Worms, C. G. M.
On Rearing Lepidoptera. Beaufoy, S.
Some Interesting Captures. de Worms, C. G. M.
Observations. Beaufoy, S.
British Lepidoptera for 1954. de Worms, C. G. M.
Lepidoptera associated with the Eastern Counties. de Worms, C. G. M.
Notes on Rearing Lepidoptera. Beaufoy, S. p 106
Entomological Problems. Beaufoy, S.
Hadena compta and other Captures on Suffolk Coast in 1954. Richardson, A.
Frosted Yellow. Goldsmith, E. T.
A Rare Pyralid. Waller, A. P.
Moths at Light in 1954. Waller, A. P.
Notes on Lepidoptera, 1954. Chipperfield, H. E.
British Macro-Lepidoptera for 1953. Worms, C. G.
Insects increasing in the County. Waller, A. P.
Suffolk Notes on Entomology. Chipperfield, H. E.
Suffolk Notes on Entomology. Burton, P. J.
Noctuid New to Suffolk. Aston, A. E.
Worms Schistocephalus solidus. Morley, C. et al.
British Lepidoptera in 1952. Worms, C. G.
Lepidoptera notes for 1952. Burton, J. & Burton, G. J.
Further notes on rearing Lepidoptera in 1952. Beaufoy, S.
Autumn Notes, 1952. Waller, A. P.
Collecting Lepidoptera in the Eastern Counties. Worms, C. G.
Captain Chawner and Phoberia lunaris. Chawner, E. F.
Collecting Macro-Lepidoptera in North-east Suffolk. Worms, C. G.
Semiothisa brunneata, a Scots Moth New to Suffolk. Waller, A. P.
On our Plume Moths (Pterophoridae). Murray, D. P.
Lepidoptera of Suffolk: Addenda et Corrigenda. Morley, C.
The Lepidoptera of Suffolk: Addenda et Corrigenda. Morley, C.
On the Hawkmoth Deilephila nerii and its Braconidous Parasite. Broughton Hawley, W. G.
British History of the Moth, Fidonia limbaria. Platten, E. W.
On Larval Filaments in the Eyed Hawk Moth. Moore, J. L.
Some moths of 1930. Anon
The Lepidoptera of Suffolk. Waller, A. P.
New localities for local moths. Whittingham, Bishop
Brown-tail Moths. Morley, C.


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