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1175   Bramble Shoot Moth Notocelia uddmanniana (Syn. Epiblema uddmanniana)


Flying :  Mainly in May, June, July, August

Common in Wales and England; Local elsewhere

Photo of  Bramble–shoot moth by David Owen.

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1063  Celypha striana


Flying : May to September - Mainly in June and July


Common in England and Wales only

1076  Celypha lacunana


Flying : April to November - most numerous in June and July


Common

1082  Plum Tortrix   Hedya pruniana


Flying :  May, June, July, August


Common

1083  Marbled Orchard Tortrix  Hedya nubiferana


Flying :  May to August but mainly June and July


Common

1133  Epinotia bilunana


Flying :  May, June, July, August


Common in England and Wales; Local in Scotland

1168   Gypsonoma sociana


Flying : June, July, August


Common in Wales and Southern England, the Midlands and East Anglia; Local farther North

1177   Notocelia rosaecolana


Flying :  Mainly in June and July


Common in Wales and Southern England, the Midlands and East Anglia; Local farther North

1197  Eucosma campoliliana


Flying : June, July, August


Common

1200  Eucosma hohenwartiana


Flying : June, July, August


Common

1201  Eucosma cana


Flying : May to September - mainly June and July


Common

1219 Lathronympha strigana


Flying : May to September


Common in England and Wales; Local in Scotland


1255   Cydia ulicetana


Flying : April to September - most numerous in May and June


Common

1260  Cydia splendana


Flying : May to November - Mainly July and August


Common in England and Wales; Local in Scotland

1261  Codling Moth  Cydia pomonella


Flying : June, July, August, September


Common in England and Wales; Local in Scotland

1272  Pammene aurana


Flying : Mainly June and July


Day-flying - usually found on flowers of hogweed - the foodplant


Common - but less common in Northern England and Scotland


1274  Dichrorampha alpinana


Flying : Mainly June and July


Fairly Common in England and Wales; rare in Scotland


1279  Dichrorampha acuminatana


Flying : May to September - two generations peaking in May and August


Fairly Common in Wales and Southern England, the Midlands and East Anglia; Local farther North

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