Moth Survey Project                               

                                                                                                                                                               Brimstone


Background

There are around 2500 species of moth found in the UK, of which 900 or so are considered to be 'Macro' or large moths and 1600 being the more difficult to identify, 'Micro' moths, which as the name suggests are in general, smaller.

Most peoples concept of moths are that they are all dull, brown and boring. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Some moth species are extremely colourful, even more so that Butterflies, which are part of the same taxonomical group.

In fact, there are more day flying moth species than there are butterfly species in the UK, so some of the butterflies you see during the day, well may be moths.

 

Currently, there is an On-going survey of the Local Moth Species found within the Teme Valley South area of Worcestershire UK. This is the area between Tenbury Wells and Stanford Bridge. This began in October 2007 with a major study centered at one 18 acre site at Upper Rochford where four distinct habitats being surveyed.

However, more moth trapping data is required from within this larger geographical area.

We would like to encourage more local people living and working in this area to take part by photographing or recording the moths seen in their area. Better still, we would like to encourage more specific moth trapping on specific sites in the area. This is not only specific rural areas such as fields, orchards and woods, but also back gardens, which often have an amazing number of moth species.

 

The Project

The purpose of the project is to define what moths are flying in our area, which are doing well, and which are in a declining state.

Locally, in this area, having 150 moth species visit your garden in a year is easily achievable and with plenty of nectar sources available, 200 plus species is quite possible.

The current project has identified over 285 Macro moth species flying locally during a full calandar year period.  A large number of the moths which have already turned up in this area are found in the photo gallery here Moth gallery.

Moths are an important indicator of the quality of the local environment and in general, the greater the diversity of moth species, the better the local environment is in supporting other forms of wildlife.

We are interested therefore, in hearing from anybody who is currently moth trapping in the area, or who comes to the area to moth trap. Your moth count/species data, no matter how infrequently you trap, all helps to build up the bigger picture as to the species we have flying in the area.

If you would like to get involved, or just fancy 'having a go' at trapping and recording moths, contact us on danny.arnold@waterwide.com

Update

The following Graph shows the Total Number of Macro Moth Species in Flight and coming to Light during any one Month. This is specifically for Moths in the Teme Valley / Upper Rochford Area. This data set relates to 2008.

                    

 

                                 

  

                              

Note that all species have differing flight periods which last from a few days, to several months.

As a result, there is a continual cycle of species appearing and disappearing.

2008 Data

This data shows the numbers of each species and the month they were trapped in at the Upper Rochford site. This is accumulated data from typically four traps run in different habitats on the site. A total of 734 traps were run to generate this data.

This data gives a clear indication of the Moth species found in the Teme Valley Area in 2008...

Data in green boxes indicate a solitary record. Yellow boxes indicate less than 10 moths of this species were trapped. Pink boxes indicate a species being widespread in the Teme Valley.

jan
feb
mar
apr
may
jun
jul
aug
sep
oct
nov
dec
Alder Kitten 3
Alder Moth  6 1
Angle Shades 4 10 17 16 3
August Thorn 5
Auntumnal Moth 1
Autumnal Rustic  1 9 2
Barred Red 1
Barred Sallow 10 16
Barred Straw 54 37
Barred Yellow 9 2
Beaded Chestnut 3 3
Beautiful Golden Y 19 6
Beautiful Hook Tip 4 33
Black Arches  13 42
Black Rustic 1 63 14
Blairs Shoulder Knot 39 42 1
Blood Vein 59 26 6 2
Blossom Underwing 1 11
Blue Bordered Carpet 1 2
Bordered Beauty 1
Brick 4 2
Bright Line Brown Eye 12 24
Brimstone 72 40 120 631 52 1
Brindled Beauty 1 64 58
Brindled Green  3
Brindled Pug 2 17 156 2
Broad Boardered Yellow Underwing  11 32
Broken Barred Carpet 2 2
Broom Moth 2
Broom Tip 1
Brown Line Bright Eye 3 2
Brown Rustic 1
Brown Silverlines 38 56
Brown Spot Pinion 9 2
Brown Tail 1
Buff Arches 5 83
Buff Ermine 16 150 6
Buff Footman 65 37
Buff Tip 9 4 2
Burnished Brass 9 13 2
Cabbage Moth 1   4 4
Canary Shouldered Thorn 1 44 17 4
Centre Barred Sallow 26
Chinese Character 9 20 9
Chocolate Tip 1 19 2 5
Clay 1 60 22
Cloaked Carpet 1 2
Cloaked Minor 7 4
Clouded Border 2 28 63 6
Clouded Bordered Brindle 10 4
Clouded Drab 1 42 68 29
Clouded Silver 4 12 1
Common / Lesser Common Rustic  49 151
Common Carpet 9 11 20 47
Common Emerald 6 11
Common Footman 13 955 312
Common Marbled Carpet 13 36 1 101 114 11
Common Pug 1 7
Common Quaker 16 106 154 41 2
Common Swift 3 7
Common Wainscot 7 6 16 35 5
Common Wave 1 3 12 8
Common White Wave 6 21 38
Coxcomb Prominent  1 1 4 1 7
Dark Arches 22 368 112 3
Dark Chestnut 1
December Moth 71 3
Devon Carpet 1
Dingy Footman  76 116
Dingy Shell 1
Dotted Border 6
Dotted Chestnut 2
Dotted Clay 2
Double Square Spot 6 26
Double Striped Pug 1 6 16 3
Drinker 4
Dun-bar  2 38 41
Dusky Thorn 28 6 1
Ear Moth 1
Early Grey 1 3 6 1
Early Moth 3 3
Early Thorn 5 18 10 79 36
Early Tooth Striped 1 2
Elephant Hawk Moth 5 7
Engrailed 1 2 14 1
Eyed hawk moth 1
Fan Foot  12 37 4
Feathered Gothic 19
Feathered Thorn  10 13 1
Figure of Eighty 3 4
Flame 3 154 56
Flame Carpet 7 18 9 90
Flame Shoulder  5 81 171 51 839 3
Flounced Rustic  27 2
Foxglove  Pug  3
Frosted Green 3 3
Frosted Orange 1 15 4
Garden Carpet 9 6 4 13 2
Ghost Moth 1
Glaucous Shears 1
Great Prominent 2
Green Arches 4 1
Green Brindled Crescent 8
Green Carpet 155 110 107 15 1
Green Pug 35 57
Green Silver Lines 1
Grey (Dark) Dagger 2 1 20 2
Grey Birch 9
Grey Pine Carpet 1
Grey Shoulder Knot 1 3 5 1 1
Heart & Dart 3 288 189 8
Hebrew Character 20 184 221 80
Herald 1 1 1
Ingrailed Clay 8 25
Iron Prominent 1 4 1 9
July HighFlyer 25 7
Knot Grass 3 1 2 2
Large Emerald 4
Large Nutmeg 1
Large Twin Spot Carpet 1 11 1
Large Yellow Underwing 53 884 1602 21 3
Lead Coloured Drab 2
Least Black Arches 1 57 5
Least Yellow Underwing  54 25
Leopard Moth 1
Lesser Broad Bordered Yellow Underwing 2 412
Lesser Cream Wave 1
Lesser Swallow Prominent 1 11 1 21
Lesser Yellow Underwing 18 42 15
Light Arches 2 3
Light Emmerald 48 45
Lilac Beauty 1 1
Lime Hawk Moth 2
Lunar Marbled Brown 7 14
Lunar Underwing 95 24
Lychnis 1
Magpie 6 6
Maidens Blush 2 1
Marbled Beauty 3 1
Marbled Minor 1
Marbled White Spot 2 39 7
March Moth 18 10 15
May Highflyer 1 2
Merveille Du Jour 1 8 1
Middle Barred Minor 27 4
Miller 1
Minor ag Rufous/Tawney/Marbled  147 148 1
Mottled Beauty 17 21
Mottled Pug 2 3
Mottled Rustic 7 107 19
Mottled Umber 1 3 2 7
Mullein 1
Muslin 32
Muslin Footman 7 1
November Moths agg 69 3
Nut Tree Tussock 1 12
Oak Beauty 12 51 13
Oak Hook Tip 1 1 1 1
Oak Nycteoline 1 2 2
Oak-Tree Pug 5 13
Old Lady 2
Olive 2 1
Orange Footman 3
Orange Swift 8
Pale Brindled Beauty 4 15 4 3
Pale Eggar 7
Pale Mottled Willow 1
Pale Pinion 1 4 1 13
Pale Prominent 5 5
Pale Shouldered Brockade 1
Pale Tussock 14 16
Peach Blossom 3 3
Pebble HookTip 1 2 1 18
Pebble Prominent 3 6 10
Peppered Moth 17 18 30 2
Pheonix 2
Pine Beauty 2 2
Pine Carpet 1
Pink Barred Sallow 16 1
Plain Golden Y 6 29
Plain Pug 1
Poplar Grey 4 15
Poplar Hawk Moth 17 32 67 10
Powdered Quaker 25 13
Purple Bar 4 7 2 27
Purple Clay 2 2
Purple Thorn 1 4 13 8 2
Puss Moth 1
Red Chestnut 3 10 14 2
Red Green Carpet 1 1 1 1 57 53 7
Red Line Quaker 3 9 5
Red Twin Spot Carpet 100 2 131 87
Red Underwing 1 3
Riband Wave 11 459 204
Rivulet 5 3 1
Rosy Minor 10 18
Rosy Rustic 1 4 14 3
Ruby Tiger 1 14 38
Rustic 4 109 6
Rustic Shoulder Knot 1 3
Sallow    39 4
Sallow Kitten 1
Sandy Carpet 1 1
Satellite 5 6 9 1 1 1
Satin Wave 2
Scarce Footman 71 12
Scarce Silver Lines 7
Scarce Umber 4 2
Scolloped Hazel 1 2
Scolloped Oak 34 7
Scorched Carpet 1
Scorched Wing 9 29
September Thorn 2 31 6
Seraphim 4
Setaceous Hebrew Character 7 18 1 297 82 21
Shaded Broad-bar 5 13
Shark 1
Shears 1
Short Cloaked Moth 4 17
Shoulder Stripe 1 1 6 2
Shoulder Striped Wainscot 3 143 2
Shuttle Shaped Dart 1 6
Silver Cloud 1 1
Silver Ground Carpet 4 43 1
Silver Y 2 2 11 20 23 3
Single Dotted Wave 13 27
Six Striped Rustic 42
Slender Brindle 26 2
Small Angle Shades 2 10 2
Small Blood Vein 2 2
Small Dotted Buff 2
Small Dusty Wave 1
Small Elephant Hawk Moth 1
Small Emerald 2
Small Fanfoot 9 11
Small Fanfoot Wave 1 64 11
Small Phoenix 11 4 32 77
Small Quaker 13 233 111 1
Small Rivulet 2 95 40
Small Roufous 1
Small Square Spot 37 108 2 747 27
Small Wave Umber  1 2
Small White Wave 1
Smokey Wainscot  1 116 59
Snout 101 215 44 76 10
Spectacle 8 26 53 12
Sprawler 3
Spring Usher 3
Spruce Carpet 3 3 2 1 14 9
Square Spot    2
Square Spot Rustic 1 1 285 9
Straw Dot 3 201 47 763 16
Straw Underwing  2
Streamer 3 1
Svensson's Copper Underwing  2 16 5
Swallow Prominent  2 57 3 13 45
Swallow Tailed 1 24
Tawny Pinion 1 1
Tawny Speckled Pug 2 37
The Chestnut 9 10 5 4 3 1
Tissue 1
Treble Brown Spot 8 2
Treble Lines 2 12 2
Triple Spotted Clay 2 4
Triple Spotted Pug 1
True Lovers Knot 4
Twin Spot Quaker 1 28 17
Uncertain 179 15
V Pug 3 3
Vapourer (Seen not Trapped) 1
Vines Rustic  1
Water Carpet 1 4 2 2
Waved Black 2
Waved Umber 1 19 1
White Ermine 19 1
White Marked 20 56 9 94
White Pinion Spotted 15 6
White Satin 1
White Spotted Pug 2 5
Willow Beauty 18 33 56
Winter Moth 9 25
Yellow Barred Brindle 4 6
Yellow Line Quaker 8 5 9
Yellow Shell 3 2 3
Yellow Tail 75 39

2009 Data

Fewer traps were run in 2009 compared with 2008. 475 traps were run on the same Upper Rochford site. Hence species and population counts are comparitively lower. There were some 'new' species appearing in 2009. These are shown with a "(2009)" tag at the end of the table.

jan feb mar apr may jun jul aug sep oct nov dec
Alder Kitten
Alder Moth  1 2
Angle Shades 10 1 5
August Thorn
Auntumnal Moth 2
Autumn Green Carpet
Autumnal Rustic  7
Barred Red
Barred Sallow 11 8
Barred Straw 25 5
Barred Yellow 11 1
Beaded Chestnut 1 5
Beautiful Golden Y 23 3
Beautiful Hook Tip 9 6
Black Arches  5
Black Rustic 29 2
Blairs Shoulder Knot 44 22
Blood Vein 20 15 13
Blossom Underwing 11 3
Blue Bordered Carpet 3
Bordered Beauty 1
Brick 1
Bright Line Brown Eye 16 7
Brimstone 1 7 30 10 106 58
Brindled Beauty 3 2 88 8
Brindled Green  6 1
Brindled Pug 3 31 5
Broad Boardered Yellow Underwing  1 1 2
Broken Barred Carpet 1
Broom Moth
Broom Tip
Brown Line Bright Eye 6
Brown Rustic
Brown Silverlines 22 29
Brown Spot Pinion 10 1
Brown Tail
Buff Arches 34 28 1
Buff Ermine 3 57 1
Buff Footman 1
Buff Tip 2 1
Burnished Brass 3 24 20
Cabbage Moth 1 6
Canary Shouldered Thorn 18 14 3
Centre Barred Sallow 10
Chinese Character 1 1 1 5
Chocolate Tip 1 6 1
Clay 7 31
Cloaked Carpet
Cloaked Minor 1
Clouded Border 1 6 7
Clouded Bordered Brindle 2 10
Clouded Drab 3 184 103 5
Clouded Silver 3 7 2
Common / Lesser Common Rustic  2 42
Common Carpet 1 6 4 17
Common Emerald 19 9
Common Footman 5 108 7
Common Marbled Carpet 21 31 25 82 5
Common Pug 4
Common Quaker 17 777 196
Common Swift 3
Common Wainscot 1 8 2 24 20 2
Common Wave 1 6
Common White Wave 1 19 9 2
Coxcomb Prominent  1 3
Dark Arches 33 32 12 1
Dark Chestnut 6 2 1
December Moth 1 13 18
Devon Carpet
Dingy Footman  3 30
Dingy Shell
Dotted Border 12 24
Dotted Chestnut 1 1
Dotted Clay
Double Square Spot 4 12
Double Striped Pug 8
Drinker
Dun-bar  2 18
Dusky Thorn 8 6
Ear Moth 1 1
Early Grey 13 8
Early Moth 1 11
Early Thorn 10 39 3 8 11
Early Tooth Striped
Elephant Hawk Moth 8 2
Engrailed 7 7
Eyed hawk moth 1
Fan Foot  14 3 1
Feathered Gothic 3 7
Feathered Thorn  25 9
Figure of Eighty 1 10
Flame 3 108 12
Flame Carpet 1 7 8 1 64 2
Flame Shoulder  7 39 181 8 480 12
Flounced Rustic  12 6
Foxglove  Pug  1
Frosted Green 9
Frosted Orange 1 46
Garden Carpet 1 3 2
Ghost Moth 2
Glaucous Shears
Great Prominent
Green Arches 3 2
Green Brindled Crescent 8
Green Carpet 22 18 1 5 30
Green Pug 19 10
Green Silver Lines 2
Grey (Dark) Dagger 1 4 1 1
Grey Birch 2
Grey Pine Carpet 1
Grey Shoulder Knot 11
Heart & Dart 3 398 134
Hebrew Character 33 638 359 23
Herald 3
Ingrailed Clay 9 14 1
Iron Prominent 18
July HighFlyer 2
Knot Grass 1 1
Large Emerald
Large Nutmeg
Large Twin Spot Carpet 6 3 1
Large Yellow Underwing 53 45 464 42
Lead Coloured Drab 14 5
Least Black Arches 8 5 4
Least Yellow Underwing  3 1
Leopard Moth 1
Lesser Broad Bordered Yellow Underwing 69 1
Lesser Cream Wave
Lesser Swallow Prominent 4 16
Lesser Yellow Underwing 16 9
Light Arches
Light Emmerald 30 18 1
Lilac Beauty
Lime Hawk Moth 1
Lunar Marbled Brown 8
Lunar Underwing 101 7
Lychnis
Magpie 3
Maidens Blush 1
Marbled Beauty 1
Marbled Minor sp 5 121 15
Marbled Pug
Marbled White Spot 1 12
March Moth 7 32 4
May Highflyer 3 3
Merveille Du Jour 3
Middle Barred Minor 27 5
Miller 1
Minor ag Rufous/Tawney/Marbled  19
Mottled Beauty 30 10
Mottled Pug
Mottled Rustic 6 17
Mottled Umber 1 4 4
Mullein
Muslin 6 6
Muslin Footman 5
November Moths agg 100
Nut Tree Tussock 3 7 2
Oak Beauty 12 89 2
Oak Hook Tip 1 1
Oak Nycteoline 2 1
Oak-Tree Pug
Old Lady
Olive
Orange Footman
Orange Swift 3
Pale Brindled Beauty 11 95 6
Pale Eggar 1 1
Pale Mottled Willow 1 1
Pale Pinion 1 2
Pale Prominent 1 3 13
Pale Shouldered Brockade
Pale Tussock 1 5
Peach Blossom 1 5 1
Pebble HookTip 3
Pebble Prominent 3 1 2 5
Peppered Moth 1 8 6
Pheonix
Pine Beauty 1
Pine Carpet 1 2
Pink Barred Sallow 7 1
Plain Golden Y 10 6
Plain Pug
Poplar Grey 7 1
Poplar Hawk Moth 4 8 15 16 26
Powdered Quaker 3 20 3
Purple Bar 3 5
Purple Clay 2
Purple Thorn 7 3 3
Puss Moth
Red Chestnut 2 26 10
Red Green Carpet 1 19 22 3 1
Red Line Quaker 1 13
Red Twin Spot Carpet 2 10 6 22
Red Underwing 1
Riband Wave 27 63 48 1
Rivulet 1
Rosy Minor 2
Rosy Rustic 7 22 3
Ruby Tiger 10
Rustic 1 20
Rustic Shoulder Knot
Sallow    25 5
Sallow Kitten 5
Sandy Carpet 1
Satellite 1 27 33 4 2
Satin Wave
Scarce Footman 2 4
Scarce Silver Lines
Scarce Umber 1
Scolloped Hazel 1 1
Scolloped Oak 1 1
Scorched Carpet
Scorched Wing 4 7
September Thorn 6
Seraphim
Setaceous Hebrew Character 4 5 265 135 1
Shaded Broad-bar 4
Shark
Shears
Short Cloaked Moth 7 4
Shoulder Stripe 15 5
Shoulder Striped Wainscot 4 54 10 1
Shuttle Shaped Dart
Silver Cloud 1
Silver Ground Carpet 19 39
Silver Y 1 18 9 44 31 2
Single Dotted Wave 4 4
Six Striped Rustic
Slender Brindle 1 4 1
Small Angle Shades 3 18 1
Small Blood Vein 1
Small Dotted Buff
Small Dusty Wave
Small Elephant Hawk Moth
Small Emerald
Small Fanfoot 10 5
Small Fanfoot Wave 4 9 1
Small Phoenix 12 38
Small Quaker 2 531 115
Small Rivulet 5 17 7
Small Roufous 1
Small Square Spot 42 109 1 206 30 1
Small Wave Umber 
Small White Wave
Smokey Wainscot  6 26 3
Snout 1 45 11 4 119 4
Spectacle 2 8 9 18 13
7
Spring Usher 4 20 1
Spruce Carpet 3 1 1 2 11
Square Spot    1
Square Spot Rustic 1 54 61
Straw Dot 4 73 17 217 14 1
Straw Underwing 
Streamer 6 1
Svensson's Copper Underwing  4 3
Swallow Prominent  13 4 12
Swallow Tailed 4 17
Tawny Pinion
Tawny Speckled Pug 7
The Chestnut 1 16 25 9 1 3 2
Tissue
Treble Brown Spot 4 2
Treble Lines 2 4
Triple Spotted Clay 5
Triple Spotted Pug 1
True Lovers Knot
Twin Spot Quaker 85 21
Uncertain 46 79
V Pug 1
Vapourer  2
Vines Rustic  1
Water Carpet 11
Waved Black
Waved Umber 3
White Ermine 1 9 38 3
White Marked 21 28 1
White Pinion Spotted 2 1 2
White Satin
White Spotted Pug 2
Willow Beauty 33 5 22
Winter Moth 2
Yellow Barred Brindle
Yellow Line Quaker 15 2
Yellow Shell 1
Yellow Tail 4 3
Cinnabar (2009) 2
Clouded Brindle (2009) 1
Clouded Magpie (2009) 1
Dot Moth (2009) 1 1
Dusky Brocade (2009) 2 1 1
Grey Pug (2009) 2
Lobster (2009)  2
Small Yellow Wave (2009)  1
Spinach (2009) 5
Tawny Barred Angle (2009) 2
Lunar Spotted Pinion (2009) 1
Lime Spec Pug (2009) 2
Currant Pug (2009) 3
Dark Marbled Carpet (2009 DG) 3
Oak Lutestring (2009 DG) 1
Common Lutestring (2009 DG) 1
Copper Underwing (2009) 1
Dusky Lemon Sallow (2009) 3
Figure of Eight (2009) 2

 

 

 

Moth Traps

Firstly, no moths are harmed in the trapping process and all are (and should be) released back to the environment from which they came.

There are several ways of attracting moths, but far the most common is by way of a light trap.

Many moth species are attracted to light and hence it is a convenient way of seeing and recording them.

In its simplest form, any 100W light bulb placed in a suitable light holder and placed on the lawn will attract moths. Better results however, can usually be obtained by using 125W Mercury vapour lamp or, to save energy, a smaller wattage actinic bulb, which come in ratings from as small as 15W through to 40 W which emits a 'blue' light..

Trapping can be made a bit easier by placing an old white sheet under the light, which makes it easier to see the moths as they come in and land. Very often, they will land some distance away from the light, so its worth putting out as large a sheet as you have.

All you then need is a clear glass or plastic jar to scoop them up into so you can see what you've got.

            

                                                                                A moth trap by the pool

 

                                   

                                                                              A moth Trap in the Orchard

 

Some moths are very 'flighty', and may take a long time to settle. To aid them settling, in order to see them better, place them in a cool place away from any light. This will calm them down and give you time to figure out what they are.

There are various moth field guides on the market, but probably the best and most well used one is "Field Guide to Moths of Great Britain and Ireland" by Waring and Townsend.

Alternatively, take a digital picture and look it up on this web page in the Moth Gallery .

If you cant see it in our gallery, send the picture by email to us. We'll try and help you out with an identification........and you never know, you might find something we haven't seen in the area yet!

There are several more sophisticated moth traps available. These are usually based on 'Skinner' traps or 'Robinson' traps.

Of different design, the principal is the same in so far as moths are attracted to a light above a catchment container.

These traps are effective if you are 'not going to be around' when the moths come in. Hence they are ideal for putting out over night and leaving until the following morning, when the 'haul' can be recorded and photographed in day light.

Both traps can be purchased fully built, although Skinner traps are relatively easy to build with little DIY skills required and should cost about £50 in materials.

A schematic drawing of a typical trap and dimensions is found on this web site if you fancy making your own. http://www.atropos.info/gardenmoths.html 

If you are not happy making up the electrics, then try Paul Batty on http://www.pwbelg.clara.net/mercury/kits/index.html . who can make up the electrics, leaving the 'trap' for you to make up.

 

 

Pug Moths

Pug Moths are a typically difficult group to identify. In some cases, the typical flight season can assist in counting or discounting a possible species identification. It is by no means definitive, but it can assist in the ID-ing process.The table below is derived from various sources and gives 'typical' flight periods when the adult is on the wing. Dark Orange is the typical flight period. Light Yellow is a less likely, but still possible flight period.

Pugs Typical Flight periods                    
                         
  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Double Striped Pug                        
Brindled Pug                        
                         
Narrow-winged Pug                        
Oak Tree Pug                        
Marbled Pug                        
Ochreous Pug                        
Pinion-spotted Pug                        
                         
Lime-speck Pug                        
Foxglove Pug                        
Larch Pug                        
Sloe Pug                        
White Spotted Pug                        
Common Pug                        
Freyers Pug                        
Edinburgh Pug                        
Meres Pug                        
Satyr Pug                        
Marsh Pug                        
Netted Pug                        
Fletchers Pug                        
Currant Pug                        
Grey Pug                        
Mottled Pug                        
Dwarft Pug                        
Golden Rod Pug                        
Lead-Coloured Pug                        
Angle barred Pug                        
Ash Pug                        
Tamarisk Pug                        
Cypress Pug                        
                         
Slender Pug                        
Haworths Pug                        
Cloaked Pug                        
Valerian Pug                        
Triple Spotted Pug                        
Wormwood Pug                        
Ling Pug                        
Bleached Pug                        
Plain Pug                        
Goosefoot Pug                        
Thyme Pug                        
Shaded Pug                        
Pimpinel Pug                        
Scarce Pug                        
                         
Maple Pug                        
Toadflax Pug                        
Tawney Speckled Pug                        
Bordered Pug                        
Yarrow Pug                        
Campanula Pug                        
Jasione Pug