Moth Caterpillars

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B-E, [Erebidae], [Geometridae], [G-No], [Noctuidae], [O-Y], [Tortricidae]


Bucculatricidae


Bucculatrix frangutella


Chimabachidae


Diurnea fagella

Diurnea lipsiella


Choreutidae


Anthophila fabriciana


Coleophoridae


Coleophora albicostella Larval Case

Coleophora hemerobiella Larval Case

Coleophora potentillae Leaf Mines

Coleophora serratella Larval Case

Coleophora spinella Larval Case


Crambidae


Anania coronata

Anania hortulata

Elophila nymphaeata

Evergestis forficalis

Pleuroptya ruralis


Drepanidae


Drepana falcataria

Ochropacha duplaris

Thyatira batis


Elachistidae


Depressaria radiella


Epermeniidae


Epermenia chaerophyllella Leaf Mine

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B-E, [Erebidae], [Geometridae], [G-No], [Noctuidae], [O-Y], [Tortricidae]

Buckler, W. (1886-1891) The Larvae of the British Butterflies and Moths. Vol. II The Sphinges or Hawk-Moths and Part of the Bombyces. Vol. III The Concluding Portion of the Bombyces. Vol. IV The First Portion of the Noctuae. Vol. V The Second Portion of the Noctuae. Vol. VI The Third and Concluding Portion of the Noctuae. Vol. VII The First Portion of the Geometrae. Vol. VIII The Concluding Portion of the Geometrae. Vol. IX The Deltoides, Pyrales, Crambites, Tortrices, Tineae, and Pterophori, Concluding the Work. London: Ray Society. (4 CDs from Pisces Conservation, Lymington)
Carter, D.J. & Hargreaves, B. (1986) Caterpillars of Britain and Europe. London: HarperCollins.
Porter, J. (1997) The Colour Identification Guide to Caterpillars of the British Isles. London: Viking.

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