Dotted Oak Knot-horn


Phycita roborella –Β  A small micro-moth with an attractive pattern and earthly coloured markings with shades of red, brown, black and grey. The larvae feeds on the leaves of oak, spinning them together to form a silken retreat.


Dotted Oak Knot-horn Phycita roborella


Copyright: Peter Hillman
Camera used: Nikon D7200
Date taken: 7th July 2018
Place: Attracted to moth trap, rear garden, Staffordshire


6 thoughts on “Dotted Oak Knot-horn

    • Thank you πŸ™‚ I use a Nikon D7200, with a Sigma 105mm macros lens for this photo. Some moths can be as beautiful as butterflies, whilst others are so diverse and fascinating in their own ways.

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