Lime-speck Pug

Geometridae (Larentiinae)

Among C.Rayz's albums  >  Moths by Family



  • Patio life: Oak-tree Pug

    Let the moth season begin :) This is the Oak-tree pug which is very similar to the Brindled Pug but has heavier discal spot, and so I thought I'd post one up :)

  • Cypress Pug Eupithecia phoeniceata

    Some nice ones from back in Aug. 19 Aug 2013

  • Tawny Speckled Pug

    Stars of the catch 26 July 2013. First to let me photograph it.


  • Haworth's Pug

    Stars of the catch 17 July 2013. NFU Never had this little pug before, the abdomen's orangish color is diagnostic. Unfotunately they are not the most cooperative, and I had to take this shot where I could get it...lol

  • V-Pug

    Stars of the catch 17 July 2013. NFY Very odd shaped but nice looking pugs, also one of the easier to ID, that 'v' on the wing stays even when they are worn.

  • Foxglove Pug

    Stars of a finally more normal size catch back on 18 June 2013 NFY


  • Lime-speck Pug

    Stars of the moth trap catch 16 June 2013. NFY

  • Common Pug

    Stars of the catch 09 May 2013 NFY

  • Green Pug



  • Grey Pug


  • Lime-speck Pug

    Stars of the catch for 26 May 2012

  • Freyer's Pug

    Stars of the catch for 26 May 2012


  • Common Pug

    Stars of the catch from 22-05-2012 Patio Actinic

  • Cypress Pug


  • Green Pug



  • Lime-speck Pug

    Always an attractive one :)

  • Foxglove Pug

    This was a very small one, he was exactly the size of a Toadflax but marking tell me hes likely Foxglove, unless anyone disagrees.

  • Green Pug



65 items in total