The Gloucestershire branch's booklet 40
Butterfly Walks in Gloucestershire is still
available at £4.80 to include postage and packing from Butterfly
Conservation, 11 Stony Riding, Chalford Hill, Stroud, GL6
The Branch is
always grateful for any records members can send in and our Species
Champions would be especially grateful for information on White
Letter Hairstreak, Brown Hairstreak, Silver Washed Fritillary, Marsh
Fritillary, Duke of Burgundy, Wall Brown, Adonis Blue, Large Blue,
Wood White, White Admiral, Pearl Bordered Fritillary, Small Pearl
Bordered Fritillary, Grayling.
You may use the
us form or, better still, pass on your records to
the official county recorder - Chris Wiltshire - using one of the
The Gloucestershire Butterfly and Moth Group is a forum for the anyone interested in the county's butterflies and moths.
Share your recent sightings, ask questions, post photos and contribute musings but please remember to send records of sightings to the relevant butterfly or moth recorder.
One of its most valuable uses is for identifying moths - for those
who don't know there are around 2500 UK moths species compared to
only 58 butterflies - and so it is heavily used during the spring,
summer and autumn but less so in the winter. There are also a large
number of reference photos for macro and micro moths trapped