|Everyone's favourite - the Garden Tiger - 1 of 15 that were new for the year|
|Spruce Bud Moth - Uncommon but plenty of Spruces in the nearby woods|
The macro moths appearing for the first time this year were Buff Arches, July Highflyer, Magpie Moth, Light Emerald, Garden Tiger, Purple Clay, Slender Brindle and Straw Dot.
|Light Emerald - the dark red tip at wing tip is diagnostic|
|Buff Arches - One of the species expanding here in the north-east|
|The Magpie Moth - particularly fond of currant bushes|
|Slender Brindle - not a common moth but another species |
that occurs with regularity in the garden