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Data from norfolkmoths.co.uk records +/- four days today.

1. Winter Moth
(Operophtera brumata)
776 records
2. Mottled Umber
(Erannis defoliaria)
155 records
3. Chestnut
(Conistra vaccinii)
154 records
4. Pale Brindled Beauty
(Phigalia pilosaria)
149 records
5. Spring Usher
(Agriopis leucophaearia)
136 records
6. Early Moth
(Theria primaria)
129 records
7. Herald
(Scoliopteryx libatrix)
48 records
8. Dark Chestnut
(Conistra ligula)
45 records
9. Dotted Border
(Agriopis marginaria)
23 records
10. Hebrew Character
(Orthosia gothica)
14 records
11. Common Quaker
(Orthosia cerasi)
14 records
12. Satellite
(Eupsilia transversa)
11 records
13. Grey Shoulder-knot
(Lithophane ornitopus)
7 records
14. Brindled Beauty
(Lycia hirtaria)
5 records
15. March Moth
(Alsophila aescularia)
5 records
16. Double-striped Pug
(Gymnoscelis rufifasciata)
4 records
17. December Moth
(Poecilocampa populi)
3 records
18. Silver Y
(Autographa gamma)
2 records
19. Mottled Rustic
(Caradrina morpheus)
2 records
20. Turnip Moth
(Agrotis segetum)
2 records
21. Angle Shades
(Phlogophora meticulosa)
2 records
22. Waved Umber
(Menophra abruptaria)
2 records
23. Oak Beauty
(Biston strataria)
2 records
24. Copper Underwing
(Amphipyra pyramidea)
2 records
25. Buff Ermine
(Spilosoma lutea)
2 records
26. Red-green Carpet
(Chloroclysta siterata)
2 records
27. Early Grey
(Xylocampa areola)
2 records
28. Northern Winter Moth
(Operophtera fagata)
1 record
29. Small Quaker
(Orthosia cruda)
1 record
30. Pine Beauty
(Panolis flammea)
1 record
31. Oak Nycteoline
(Nycteola revayana)
1 record
32. Pale Pinion
(Lithophane socia)
1 record
33. Common Footman
(Eilema lurideola)
1 record

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