|Orange Underwing Archiearis parthenias|
|Status ..... An uncommon moth in Nottinghamshire, but almost certainly under-recorded. The moth's stronghold is probably in the Sherwood Forest area, where it can be seen flying around the tops of Birches. Recorded once at Hare Hill Wood near Kersall in 2007. We have recorded this moth at Warsop Wood, Warsop Main Pit Top, Sherwood Forest CP (commonly) and Budby South Forest.|
|Photographed at Warsop Main Pit Top April 2013|
|Photographed at Sherwood Forest CP March 2011|
|UK distribution of Orange Underwing|
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