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The family Geometridae

mainly have thin bodies and wide triangular wings. They rest like butterflies with wings out flat or sometimes together above their body.

(other than Noctuids and Geometers)

Waves Carpets Thorns Pugs Underwings Hebrew Character Darts Coronets Quakers etc Footmen

Waves

Carpets

Pugs

Thorns

Beauties

Beauties

Blood-veins

Other Geometers Other Geometers Other Geometers

Maidens’s Blush

Other Geometers

Peacocks

Treble Bars

Family Noctuidae mainly have thick bodies and are strong flyers. Most fly at night. They rest with forewings flat together - covering their hindwings.

Darts

Yellow Underwings

Hebrew Characters

Rustics

Rustics, etc.

Coronets

Quakers


Footmen

Other Noctuids

Clay


Other Noctuids

Silver lines

Umbers

Umbers

Sallows

S

Sallows

Chestnuts

Chestnuts

Wainscots

Wainscots emeralds

Emeralds

Geometer pics

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Crambinae Pyraustas etc Agonopterix etc      Other micros2   

The family Tortricidae).
A very large family of micromoths -

Acleris

Acleris

‘Micro-moths’ is a loose grouping of small moths.

Agonopterix

Veneers

Pyraustas

Acleris

Acleris

Tortrix Page1

Agapeta

Tortrix Page1 Tortrix Page1

Pandemis

Archips

Plume Moths

Plume Moths

Scopariinae

Scopariienae

Click a green button for Pictures and Details of all common species of this type

Click a thumbnail for the comparison page showing differences between species

Micromoths

Other Micros3

Tortrix moths

Tortrix Moths1

Geometers

Geometers 1 Geometers 2 Geometers 3 Geometers 4

Noctuids

Macro moths

Noctuids1 Hebrew Character

Setaceous Hebrew Character

Coronets Noctuids2

Marbled Coronet

Noctuids3 Noctuids4 Noctuids5