So let's take it a moth at a time, or so. And today's is one of my favourites: a master of camouflage whose patterning almost seems to the eye to move. Experts in 'dazzle' deceit would find it well worth their study, for it takes their notion of breaking up a shape - as in the weird Cubist-y patterns on wartime naval ships - a stage further. A broken-up pattern that doesn't stay still. The camera focuses - look at the antennae in the top picture - but cannot pin down those wavy, subtly-coloured lines.
I'm also including in today's instalment a pretty Brimstone butterfly, spotted on a lovely walk P and I took this morning along tree-canopied hedge paths almost choked with cow parsley. Look carefully and you'll see that someone else is watching.