Tortricidae (11)

Agapeta zoegana.  A striking and distinctive tortrix moth.  Little Cornard, Suffolk; July 2012
Agapeta zoegana – a striking and distinctive tortrix moth. Little Cornard, Suffolk; July 2012
Celypha rosaceana - larva feed on sow-thistles and dandelion.  Little Cornard, Suffolk; July 2012.
Celypha rosaceana – larvae feed on sow-thistles and dandelion. Little Cornard, Suffolk; July 2012.
Celypha striana.  A common moth which lays its eggs on Dandelion. Essex 2014.
Celypha striana – common moth which lays its eggs on Dandelion. Essex, May 2014.
Dichrorampha vancouverana - associated with yarrow and tansy.  Wat Tyler Country Park, Essex; July 2015
Dichrorampha vancouverana – associated with yarrow and tansy. Wat Tyler Country Park, Essex; July 2015
Enarmonia formosana - Cherry Bark Tortrix.  An attractive little moth.  Larvae feed on the bark of ornamental cherry trees.  Essex; July 2014.
Enarmonia formosana – Cherry Bark Tortrix. An attractive little moth. Larvae feed on the bark of ornamental cherry trees. Essex; July 2014.
Eucosma cana - common wherever thistles grow.  Little Cornard, Suffolk; July 2012.
Eucosma cana – common wherever thistles grow. Little Cornard, Suffolk; July 2012.
Gypsonoma dealbana.  Photographed in a Hockley hedgerow, Essex; June 2014.
Gypsonoma dealbana. Photographed in a Hockley hedgerow, Essex; July 2014.
Hedya pruniana - Plum Tortrix.  A common species of a number of moths camouflaged as bird droppings.  Lion Creek, Canewdon, Essex; June 2014.
Hedya pruniana – Plum Tortrix. A common species of a number of moths camouflaged as bird droppings. Lion Creek, Canewdon, Essex; June 2014.
Lathronympha strigana - associated with St John's-wort (Hypericum).  Little Haven Nature Reserve, Thundersley, Essex; June 2014.
Lathronympha strigana – associated with St John’s-wort (Hypericum). Little Haven Nature Reserve, Thundersley, Essex; June 2014.
Pandemis Heparana - Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix.  Essex, July 2013.
Pandemis heparana – Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix. Essex, July 2013.
Phtheochroa inopiana - Thwaite Common, Norfolk; July 2012.
Phtheochroa inopiana – Thwaite Common, Norfolk; July 2012.

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