Many people avoid micro moths as they are small and often very similar to each other species which can make them difficult to identify, however, we love them and find them absolutely beautiful even if some are very small. With a little patience you can identify them and we have photographed the ones we have found on white backgrounds to be able to show them off in all their glory. We have included the early and late dates of when we have recorded them (if these are the same then we only have one record), hopefully over the coming years these should become a guide to their flight seasons in our area. We have also included the highest number seen at the moth trap in a single evening. The order of the moths follows their B&F number.
All the moths we study are released in to wild, we do not keep specimens to study, nor do we or will we dissect any moths in order to fully identify them. We enjoy looking for and recording moths, but they shouldn't have to die for our pleasure.