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The Latin (Callopistria juventina)
This Latin was caught at Orlestone Forest by Ross Newham and John Clements on 10 July 2015. It was located just outside the trap, early in the evening and represents the second Kent record (first in 1962). Further details via Ross Blog . The Latin, 10/7/15,...

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Raspberry Clearwing (Pennisetia hylaeiformis)
A potentially under-recorded moth in Kent that could be the subject of further findings now that the pheromone lure is readily available.  Raspberry Clearwing, Dave Shenton   For more information on David Shenton's excellent Raspberry Clearwing images, se...

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Orange-tailed Clearwing (Synanthedon andrenaeformis)
Orange-tailed Clearwing has two main centres of distribution in Kent - one in the south-east area near Dover and one in the northdowns area either side of teh Medway gap. Orange-tailed Clearwing

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Lead-coloured Pug
Lead-coloured Pug has a stronghold in Kent to the north-east of Canterbury in coppiced woodland containing Common Cow-wheat. Other scattered records minor distribution of foodplant. Lead-coloured Pug, 27/5/15, Blean Woods, Kent, Ross Newham

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White-line Snout (Schrankia taenialis)
This White-line Snout was caught in Orlestone Forest by the Bald Birder  - one of several recent records. White-line Snout, 19/9/14, Orlestone Forest, Kent, The Bald Birder White-line Snout, 19/9/14, Orlestone Forest, Kent, The Bald Birder White-line Snout,...

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Pale Eggar (Trichiura crataegi)
This fine female Pale Eggar was caught by the Bald Birder in Orlestone Forest - this being the last(?) stronghold for the species in Kent. Pale Eggar, 4/9/14, Orlestone Forest, The Bald Birder

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Pale Eggar (Trichiura crataegi)
This fine female Pale Eggar was caught by the Bald Birder in Orlestone Forest - this being the last(?) stronghold for the species in Kent. Pale Eggar, 4/9/14, Orlestone Forest, The Bald Birder

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Pigmy Footman (Eilema pygmaeola)
 The 'Pallifrons' form of Pigmy Footman - usually considered a Dungeness speciality. 'Pallifrons' Pigmy Footman 29/6/14, Hythe, Kent, Ian Roberts  

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Banded Pine (Carpet (Pungeleria capreolaria) - 2nd for Britain (1st for Kent)
This striking Banded Pine Carpet Pungeleria capreolaria was trapped by Barry Banson
in his garden at Greatstone, Kent. This is the second British record following hard on the heels of the first in
Sussex on May 18th. Banded Pine Carpet, 9/6/14, Greatstone...

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Waved Carpet (Hydrelia sylvata)
10+ of these dark forms (f. goodwini ) were caught at the Badgells Woodland Campsite by the Bald Birder . This was quite a faded example, with most of them looking even better. There were none of the usual paler (nominate) form caught on the site. Waved Car...
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