on the Land's End Peninsula

Rebecca Porter identified about 60 moth varieties while visiting The Cabin in May, 2018

Some of them are listed below.

Moths are trapped by being attracted to the light in a specially designed box, then released after being identified.*

*No moths are harmed in the capture and identification process.

19 species captured Sunday night:

Small Phoenix
Brimstone
Brown silver line
Peppered moth
Toadflax pug
Red twin spot carpet
Fox moth
Emperor (female)
Hebrew character
Flame shoulder
The flame
Silver Y
White ermine
Buff ermine
Muslin moth
Mullein
Knot grass
Pebble prominent
Puss moth
More species seen on Thursday night were:

Red twin spot carpet (flew before you arrived)
Brimstone
Brown silver-line
Green carpet
Scalloped hazel
Peppered moth
Purple bar
Sandy carpet
Poplar hawkmoth
Flame shoulder
Knot grass
Brown rustic
Angle shades
White ermine
Ruby tiger
Puss moth
Fox moth
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Narrow-winged Pug
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Foxglove Pug