Macros commonly seen in February

The data used to produce the phenology graphs and distribution plots have been taken from unverified data submitted to Kent moth recorders since 1900.  Thanks to all who have provided this information.

Below is information on some macro moths commonly seen in February. Please visit our latest sightings page to see the most recent updates on facebook and twitter, or join our Kent Moth Group facebook group to receive posts direct into your mailbox.

Pale Brindled Beauty (Phigalia pilosaria)

Spring Usher (Agriopis leucophaearia)


Dotted Border (Agriopis marginaria)

Early Moth (Theria primaria)


Small Quaker (Orthosia cruda)

Common Quaker (Orthosia cerasi)

Satellite (Eupsilia transversa)

Chestnut (Erannis defoliaria)

Dark Chestnut (Conistra ligula)