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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: Mythimna
73.288 2191 Double Line
(Mythimna turca)
73.289 2196 Striped Wainscot
(Mythimna pudorina)
73.290 2192 Brown-line Bright Eye
(Mythimna conigera)
73.291 2199 Common Wainscot
(Mythimna pallens)
73.292 2200 Mathew's Wainscot
(Mythimna favicolor)
73.293 2198 Smoky Wainscot
(Mythimna impura)
73.294 2197 Southern Wainscot
(Mythimna straminea)
73.295 2195 Delicate
(Mythimna vitellina)
73.296 2203 White-speck
(Mythimna unipuncta)
73.297 2194 White-point
(Mythimna albipuncta)
73.298 2193 Clay
(Mythimna ferrago)
73.299 2201 Shore Wainscot
(Mythimna litoralis)
73.300 2202 L-album Wainscot
(Mythimna l-album)

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