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.
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Heart and Dart (Agrotis exclamationis)
Heart and Club (Agrotis clavis)
Flame (Axylia putris)
Large Yellow Underwing (Noctua pronuba)
Setaceous Hebrew Character (Xestia c-nigrum)
Dark Arches (Apamea monoglypha)
Marbled Minor agg. (Oligia strigilis agg.)
Composed of Marbled Minor (Oligia strigilis), Tawny Marbled Minor (Oligia latruncula) and Rufous Minor (Oligia versicolor)
Treble Lines (Charanyca trigrammica)
Vine’s Rustic (Hoplodrina ambigua)