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The Status of Microlepidoptera in Britain Jan 2012
The Status of Microlepidoptera in Britain (Jan 2012)(.pdf)
ALS Guide to Moth Trapping
by Jon Clifton (.pdf)
Light Trapping
by Gerry Haggett
Sugar and Wine Ropes
by Jon Clifton (.pdf)
Ordnance Survey
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Natural History Museum
Butterflies and Moths of the World
Glossary of Lepidopteran terms
Wikipedia
County Moth Recorders
The Norfolk Moth Survey began life as a small group of keen amateur lepidopterists in 1985. From this small group it developed under the guidance of the Natural History Department of the Castle Museum in Norwich. It now numbers over 200 interested people in East Anglia and beyond. It seeks to:

Research moth distribution and numbers in the County of Norfolk.
Hold Summer meetings.
Present indoor identification and members information meetings.
Collect & record information in association with Butterfly Conservation - National Moth Recording Scheme (NMRS) and the Norfolk Biodiversity Information Service (NBIS).
Field Meeting Results Archive
NMS official meetings plus additional events.
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If you require further information about the Norfolk Moth Survey, please email Dave Hipperson or Ken Saul

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National Moth Recording Schemes
Records sent to the Norfolk County Recorder are shared with these schemes...

Gelechiidae - Co-ordinator: Stephen Palmer
Gelechiid Recording Scheme

Pyralidae - Co-ordinator: Tony Davis

Plume Moths - Co-ordinator: Colin Hart

Leafmining Lepidoptera - Co-ordinator: Rob Edmunds
British Leafminers

Microlepidoptera - Co-ordinator: John Langmaid
The Entomologist's Record

Immigration Report - Co-ordinator: Sean Clancy
The Entomologist's Record

NBIS - Co-ordinator: Martin Horlock
Norfolk Biodiversity Information Service

Butterfly Conservation - Co-ordinator: Les Hill
NATIONAL MOTH RECORDING SCHEME

Norfolk Moth Survey - Recorded Tetrads -2013

Click the map below to show recorded sites up to Nov 2013. Several tetrads (2km squares) remain unrecorded.
Can you fill a gap in 2014? (click for interactive map)

  Events


Members' Events/Meetings:

2014

Field Meetings for 2014 published here in April.


Saturday 3rd May 2014
Norfolk Moth Survey Spring Meeting

Weston Park
Meet at the old dairy farm at the bottom of the park TG106170.

In a change to the usual indoor meeting, this year the NMS are holding an evening larval hunt (plus light trapping) at the Dino Park! (details to follow)

 

 

 

 

 

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