70.141 Double-striped Pug in the garage, Mar. 25th 09. Captured by day.
70.144 Green Pug, one of two larvae found spun up in Blackthorn leaves at Park Wood Crematorium, May 7th 2018. Unfortunately this one was parasitised but the other went on to produce the moth pictured below.
70.144 Green Pug May 23rd 2018. Reared from a larva spun up in Blackthorn leaves at Park Wood Crematorium on May 7th that year. It was a distinctive green larva with a full or almost complete, red dorsal stripe. I had expected a more vivid green moth instead of the odd traces here and there, still, I suppose it's greener and easier to ID than a lot you get in moth traps.
70.145 Bilberry Pug June 6th 2016. Reared from a larva found in spun Bilberry leaves at North Dean wood on May 16th earlier that year. It constitutes the first record for Yorkshire with previous records from Strensall Common being removed due to their origins not being confirmed.
70.147 Slender Pug nectaring on Ragwort at Tag meadow, July 25th 2017.
70.151 Foxglove Pug, a daytime observation at Carr Hall Lane, Stainland, July 7th 2017.
Brindled Pug North Dean wood, Mar. 29th 05. A daytime observation on birch.
Brindled Pug of the form hirschkei, a daytime observation on Sycamore at North Dean wood, Apr. 22nd 06.
Golden-rod Pug larva on Ragwort at North Dean wood, Oct. 3rd 05.
Narrow-winged Pug, one of a dozen or so to MV and actinic light at Turgate Delph, Norland on June 17th 2022.
Lime-speck Pug to MV light at the cabin, Cromwell Bottom, Aug. 3rd 2018. One of the beautiful pugs especially when they're in this good condition.
70.176 Freyer's Pug netted in the garden at dusk on May 17th 2020.
70.179 Wormwood Pug to MV light at the cabin, Cromwell Bottom, July 13th 2019.
Common Pug nectaring on Ragwort at All Saints' graveyard on Aug. 5th 2017.
70.188 Bordered Pug to MV light at the cabin, Cromwell Bottom, July 13th 2019.
70.195 Streak to MV light at Norland moor on Oct. 9th 2021.
Early Tooth-striped at North Dean wood, Apr.18th 06. A day time observation on Elder.
Orange Underwing North Dean wood, Mar. 23rd 2010. One of at least three seen flying around the tops of birch trees in the early afternoon. No doubt much more common than my single record suggests. If you look around the tops of birchs here on a calm, sunny day in March I think they should be quite easy to find.
70.207 Clouded Border, Milner Royd ponds, May 14th 07. A daytime observation.