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Welcome to
Norfolk Moths.
Developed in association with the
Norfolk Moth Survey Group.
Information on all the moths that occur or once occurred in Norfolk, with distribution maps, photographs, descriptions, flight graphs, latest records and more.
To date, 1906 moth species have been recorded in Norfolk since records began in the Victorian era.
We have over 3 million records of 696 species of macro-moth and 1210 species of micro-moth on display.
If you record moths in Norfolk, please send us your records and put your own dots on the maps!

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Introduction

To date 1906 species of moth have been recorded in Norfolk since records began in the Victorian era (696 species of macro-moth and 1210 species of micro-moth.) This site aims to provide detailed information of all the moths 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. More Info...

With special thanks to the Norfolk Moth Survey group and Anglian Lepidopterist Supplies.

- Jim Wheeler (Norfolk County Moth Recorder)
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Search results for: Xestia
73.353 2130 Dotted Clay
(Xestia baja)
73.354 2131 Square-spotted Clay
(Xestia stigmatica)
73.355 2132 Neglected Rustic
(Xestia castanea)
73.356 2135 Heath Rustic
(Xestia agathina)
73.357 2134 Square-spot Rustic
(Xestia xanthographa)
73.358 2133 Six-striped Rustic
(Xestia sexstrigata)
73.359 2126 Setaceous Hebrew Character
(Xestia c-nigrum)
73.360 2127 Triple-spotted Clay
(Xestia ditrapezium)
73.361 2128 Double Square-spot
(Xestia triangulum)
   

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