Identify Tortrix Moths (Tortricoidea)
seen at The Netherfield Lagoons

Discover more about these species such as habitat, a detailed description, their national distribution and the best time of year to see them (or visit the lagoons to try and find them!). Each species has photographs to help you in identification.

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Common Roller
Ancylis badiana

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Common Marble
Celypha lacunana

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Broad-blotch Drill
Dicrorampha alpinana

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Square-spot Drill
Dichrorampha sequana

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Teasel Marble
Endothenia gentianaeana

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White-foot Bell
Epiblema foenella

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Bramble-shoot Moth
Notocelia uddmanniana

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Triple-stripe Piercer
Grapholita compositella

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Orange-spot Piercer
Pamene aurana

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Dark-triangle Button
Acleris laterana

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Burdock Conch
Aethes rubigana

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Common Yellow Conch
Agapeta hamana

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Timothy Tortrix
Aphelia paleana

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Large Fruit-tree Tortrix
Archips podana

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Light-brown Apple Moth
Epiphyas postvittana

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Chequered Fruit-tree Tortrix
Pandemis corylana

All photography taken at the Netherfield Lagoons, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire