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To date 681 species of macro-moth along with 1162 species of micro-moth have been recorded in Norfolk since records began in Victorian times. This site aims to provide full details of all the species that occur (or once occurred) in Norfolk, with photographs, descriptions, flight graphs, latest records, distribution maps and more!

It is now easier than ever to submit your own records and photographs using the online recorder. All verified records will be included in the County database.

With special thanks to the Norfolk Moth Survey group, Butterfly Conservation Norfolk Branch and Anglian Lepidopterist Supplies.

- Jim Wheeler
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Search results for: Grapholita
49.347 1241 Grapholita compositella
(Triple-stripe Piercer)
49.349 1242 Grapholita internana
(Dark Gorse Piercer)
49.351 1252 Grapholita lunulana
(Northern Crescent Piercer)
49.352 1253 Grapholita orobana
(Crescent Piercer)
49.354 1251 Grapholita jungiella
(Vetch Piercer)
49.3541 1248 Grapholita molesta
(Oriental Fruit Moth)
49.356 1249 Grapholita lobarzewskii
(Kent Fruit Piercer)
49.357 1247 Grapholita funebrana
(Plum Fruit Moth)
49.358 1246 Grapholita tenebrosana
(Deep-brown Piercer)
49.359 1245 Grapholita janthinana
(Pale-bordered Piercer)

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