Notice Board
National Moth Recorders Meeting

Posted: 8th Dec 2023

Reddish Light Arches new to Staffordshire

Posted: 5th Dec 2023

Diplopseustis perieresalis new to Staffordshire

Posted: 5th Dec 2023

Adaina microdactyla new to Shropshire

Posted: 27th Nov 2023

Cloaked Pug new to Staffordshire

Posted: 21st Nov 2023

Acleris peritana new to UK

Posted: 21st Nov 2023

Lyonetia prunifoliella - new for Worcestershire

Posted: 19th Nov 2023

Acleris logiana new to Shropshire

Posted: 19th Nov 2023

Monochroa hornigi new to Herefordshire!

Posted: 17th Nov 2023

Final Reminder

Posted: 10th May 2023

Call for records

Posted: 8th Feb 2023

2021 Data Refresh

Posted: 27th Oct 2022

West Midlands Butterfly Conservation AGM

Posted: 10th May 2022

Your Moth Records

Posted: 16th Feb 2022

2022 National Moth Recorders Zoom meeting

Posted: 1st Dec 2021

Routine Maintenance

Posted: 27th Oct 2021

Clifden Nonpareil

Posted: 30th Aug 2021

Bedstraw Hawk-moth

Posted: 14th Aug 2021

National Moth Night

Posted: 23rd Jun 2021

Large Red-belted Clearwing

Posted: 31st May 2021

Migrants

Posted: 18th May 2021

Pammene suspectana

Posted: 12th May 2021

West Midlands BC AGM

Posted: 29th Apr 2021

Scarlet Tigers

Posted: 17th Apr 2021

2020 Records coming soon...

Posted: 24th Mar 2021

ABH moth checklist has been updated!

Posted: 27th Jan 2021

A brand-new book out Now!

Posted: 23rd Jan 2021

Posted: 21st Nov 2023
Acleris peritana new to UK

Karl Stockton caught an unusual tortrix in North Staffordshire on July 20th, 2023 that turned out to be Clepsis peritana, a first not just for our region but also for the UK. It is a species form the USA and Canada that is spreading across Europe so it was only a matter of time before it turned up here. It is rather nondescript so may have gone un-noticed, Since this record, several more have been recorded.