Thank you, Scotland! I shall dedicate a suitable moth tomorrow. But now to current business...
Autumn Moths continue to arrive, some of them suitably russet-coated like this Brown-spot Pinion (I think, unless it's a Beaded Chestnut), below, complete with its fancy striped stockings. I've topped the post with a late survivor of the summer's glories, however, the Ruby Tiger above, almost aflame with colour ans till out enjoying these warm September nights.
Next we have a micro in autumnal hues, a Large Fruit Tree Tortrix or Arcgips podana. We have a little collection of apples and plums so this is a predictable visitor but no less welcome for that.
Now for a trio of Lunar Underwings, a moth with a rich variety of colourways as shown here
And finally a quartet of Beaded Chestnuts - or are they Brown-spot Pinions?