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Invertebrates

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Abax parallelepipedus


Spectacle - Abrostola tripartita


Acalitus brevitarsus


Acalitus rudis


Acanthinula aculeata


Acanthocyclops robustus


Hawthron Shield Bug - Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale


Yellow-barred Brindle - Acasis viretata


Water Veneer - Acentria ephemerella

Food plants include Canadian Pondweed. stoneworts, filamentous algae and possibly other water plants.


Aceria macrorhyncha


Aceria nalpai

Found on Alder near the top of the far moor path


Aceria pseudoplatani


Yellow Horned - Achlya flavicornis

Flight season late February to mid April. Over-winters as a pupa in a thin cocoon in leaf litter. Food plants Silver and Downy Birch.


Acidia cognata


Acleris emargana

Food plants include Goat Willow, occaisionally birches; in folded leaves or between two leaves


Acleris hastiana

Adult hibernates. Food plants include Sallows which we have at Foxglove, but no White Poplar or Bog-myrtle!


Acleris laterana

Easily disturbed by day, flies at dusk and comes to light.


Rhomboid Tortrix - Acleris rhombana


Garden Rose Tortrix - Acleris variegana


Alder Moth - Acronicta alni


Miller - Acronicta leporina


Poplar Grey - Acronicta megacephala


Dark/Grey Dagger - Acronicta psi/tridens

Althought the caterpillars can be identified the adult moths are much more difficult, hence Dark/Grey Dagger


Knot Grass - Acronicta rumicis


Acroperus harpae


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