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Moths of the Month (Adult Macros)

The National Moth Recording Scheme's database has records for each of the species for a vice county for a given month. The photographs are taken from the Scottish County Moth Recorders' Voucher Archive.  If the Archive has a photo of the species for the Vice County then that will be shown, otherwise a photo from another Scottish VC will display.  

A simple algorithm has been used to provide an indication of abundance of the species in that month (not of its abundance generally) for records since January 2000.  This has been based on the number of records (not the counts within records) that the moth has for that month in that VC compared to the total counts for that VC in that month for all species.  Some inappropriate categories may therefore be shown, but any species with 'Very Unlikely', or for beginners 'Unlikely' against them should be verified with your CMR.

 

86 - Stirlingshire

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September

October

November

December

Common Swift
(Infrequent)
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Map-winged Swift
(Infrequent)
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Six-Spot Burnet
(Infrequent)
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Scalloped Hook-tip
(Frequent)
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Pebble Hook-tip
(Regular)
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Peach Blossom
(Regular)
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Fox Moth
(Infrequent)
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Drinker
(Unusual)
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Emperor Moth
(Regular)
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Poplar Hawk-moth
(Frequent)
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Elephant Hawk-moth
(Regular)
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Small Elephant Hawk-moth
(Unusual)
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Cream Wave
(Frequent)
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Garden Carpet
(Frequent)
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Red Twin-spot Carpet
(Regular)
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Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet
(Frequent)
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Flame Carpet
(Very frequent)
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Silver-ground Carpet
(Frequent)
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Common Carpet
(Frequent)
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Shoulder Stripe
(Unusual)
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Streamer
(Frequent)
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May Highflyer
(Frequent)
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Spruce Carpet
(Frequent)
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Grey Pine Carpet
(Regular)
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Broken-barred Carpet
(Frequent)
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Purple Bar
(Regular)
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Small Phoenix
(Very frequent)
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Red-Green Carpet
(Frequent)
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Autumn Green Carpet
(Infrequent)
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Common Marbled Carpet
(Very frequent)
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Green Carpet
(Unusual)
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Mottled Grey
(Infrequent)
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Striped Twin-spot Carpet
(Unusual)
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Water Carpet
(Very frequent)
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Rivulet
(Unusual)
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Double-striped Pug
(Frequent)
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V-Pug
(Regular)
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Foxglove Pug
(Regular)
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Lead-coloured Pug
(Frequent)
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Brindled Pug
(Very frequent)
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Oak-tree Pug
(Infrequent)
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White-spotted Pug
(Infrequent)
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Golden-rod Pug
(Frequent)
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Dwarf Pug
(Regular)
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Larch Pug
(Unusual)
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Narrow-winged Pug
(Infrequent)
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Ochreous Pug
(Regular)
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Satyr Pug
(Infrequent)
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Currant Pug
(Infrequent)
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Common Pug
(Very frequent)
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Mottled Pug
(Infrequent)
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Grey Pug
(Regular)
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Treble-bar
(Unusual)
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Seraphim
(Infrequent)
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Yellow-barred Brindle
(Frequent)
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Early Tooth-striped
(Frequent)
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Clouded Border
(Frequent)
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Peacock Moth
(Regular)
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Brown Silver-line
(Very frequent)
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Barred Umber
(Very frequent)
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Scorched Wing
(Very frequent)
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Brimstone Moth
(Frequent)
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Speckled Yellow
(Regular)
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Early Thorn
(Very frequent)
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Lunar Thorn
(Frequent)
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Scalloped Hazel
(Very frequent)
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Peppered Moth
(Frequent)
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Engrailed
(Very frequent)
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Grey Birch
(Frequent)
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Common Heath
(Frequent)
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Common White Wave
(Frequent)
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Common Wave
(Regular)
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Clouded Silver
(Frequent)
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Little Emerald
(Frequent)
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Sallow Kitten
(Infrequent)
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Marbled Brown
(Frequent)
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Lunar Marbled Brown
(Frequent)
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Iron Prominent
(Frequent)
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Pebble Prominent
(Regular)
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Great Prominent
(Frequent)
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Lesser Swallow Prominent
(Frequent)
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Pale Prominent
(Frequent)
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Coxcomb Prominent
(Regular)
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Scarce Prominent
(Frequent)
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Buff-tip
(Regular)
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Herald
(Regular)
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Snout
(Unusual)
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White Ermine
(Very frequent)
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Red-necked Footman
(Unusual)
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Small Fan-foot
(Infrequent)
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Mother Shipton
(Regular)
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Spectacle
(Regular)
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Silver Y
(Regular)
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Beautiful Golden Y
(Unusual)
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Nut-tree Tussock
(Very frequent)
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Alder Moth
(Unusual)
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Miller
(Unusual)
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Knot Grass
(Infrequent)
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Early Grey
(Regular)
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Mottled Rustic
(Unusual)
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Brown Rustic
(Frequent)
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Saxon
(Infrequent)
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Angle Shades
(Unusual)
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Small Angle Shades
(Infrequent)
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Clouded-bordered Brindle
(Frequent)
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Rustic Shoulder-knot
(Frequent)
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Dark Arches
(Infrequent)
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Chestnut
(Frequent)
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Pale Pinion
(Unusual)
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Red Sword-grass
(Regular)
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Dark Brocade
(Regular)
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Pine Beauty
(Infrequent)
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Clouded Drab
(Frequent)
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Common Quaker
(Very frequent)
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Small Quaker
(Frequent)
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Powdered Quaker
(Regular)
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Hebrew Character
(Very frequent)
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Twin-spotted Quaker
(Regular)
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Pale-shouldered Brocade
(Frequent)
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Broom Moth
(Infrequent)
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Glaucous Shears
(Infrequent)
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Lychnis
(Infrequent)
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Heart and Dart
(Frequent)
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Turnip Moth
(Unusual)
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Heart and Club
(Infrequent)
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Flame
(Unusual)
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Flame Shoulder
(Frequent)
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Small Square-spot
(Frequent)
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Red Chestnut
(Frequent)
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Large Yellow Underwing
(Infrequent)
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Least Black Arches
(Very frequent)
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Green Silver-lines
(Regular)
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Oak Nycteoline
(Regular)
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