Some more autumnal moths

A few more autumnal moths from the trap last night – all rather common but nevertheless nice to see.

Green brindled crescent
This is a green brindled crescent – very distinctive and common – flies from September to November

Red line quakerThis is a red line quaker – on the wing until mid November – caterpillars feed on the catkins of willow

Yellow line quakerThis is a yellow line quaker (which also rather confusingly has a red line)

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