Welcome to the Sussex Moth Group website
Sussex Wildlife Trust have arranged for Martin Harvey to run a one day introduction to micro-moths on Saturday 6th May.
Places are limited. Full details and booking at https://sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/whats-on/2017-05-06-an-introduction-to-micro-moths-060517
They are also running a general introduction to moths and moth trapping on Friday 23rd June.
The main intention of this site is to provide as accurate and up to date a picture as is possible of the status, distribution and phenology of all the species of moth that have been recorded in Sussex.
The site aims to provide, not only up to date information and news on moths and mothing events in Sussex but also, on our sightings page, an insight into the more interesting moth species that are being recorded by our members. For more information on both butterfly and moth sightings go to the Sightings Page on the Sussex Branch of Butterfly Conservation's website.
*NEW* For the January 2014 edition of Butterfly Conservation's "E-moth newsletter" go to the Downlaods page.
The "Species search" on the left of each page on the site allows you to look for a particular species by starting to type its name (either vernacular or scientific) in the Species? box. The search results appear automatically in the box below. Simply click on the name of the species you are looking for and you will be directed to its page.
The "Quick finder" allows you to select all the members on the British list of any particular family, the species with an entry on this site will appear as hyperlinks in bold.
The presence of a diamond (♦) next to a search result indicates there is a record for that species for today, 26 May, in the database and so therefore it is currently within its flight season.
The box above, right lists the ten most frequently recorded species on this day in Sussex, the species are listed in order of frequency, the arrows indicate the change in rank from the previous day.
Current photo count: 4120 images of 1338 species.
* well, hopefully...
The distribution and phenology data used on this site is supplied by:
The Sussex Biodiversity Records Centre.
Sussex Moths Yahoo Group.