73.156 .... B&F 2326
Clouded-bordered Brindle Apamea crenata (Hufnagel, 1766) 
Status .....Described as common, but this is not a moth we have ever caught with any regularity. The northern-half of Nottinghamshire, seems to be the stronghold for this moth. The dark forms of Clouded-bordered Brindle shown below, were kindly supplied to us for photographing by members of the Lound Moth Group.
Photographed at Clipstone Old Quarter May 2014
Photographed at Lound GP May 2014
Nottinghamshire (VC56) distribution of Clouded-bordered Brindle
The records for the Nottinghamshire distribution map are currently provided by the following contributors - Trevor and Dilys Pendleton. Lound Moth Group. Graham and Anona Finch. Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. Phil Lee. Sean Tobin. Sherwood Forest Rothamsted trap results 1986-1990. David Yates. Dave Morton. Robert and Jill Carlyle. Martin Gray. NBGRC. Martin Gray. Sherwood Forest Invertebrate Directory 2014. Phil Cadman. Steven Chick. Charles Cannon. Andy Adcock. Caron Stubbs (Ransom Wood Moth Trapping Results 2010-2013). Melanie Newman. Colin Watkin.

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Updated August 2021

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