67.001 .... B&F 1644
Kentish Glory Endromis versicolora (Linnaeus, 1758) 
This moth does not occur in Nottinghamshire and there are no known records of it ever having occurred here. It is solely thought to be restricted to parts of Scotland, but there was an isolated population in Worcestershire at one time, which is now thought lost although there are rumours suggesting there may be plans reintroduce it.
Captive reared male, photographed December 2022
Early stages                            
Freshly laid egg batch, photographed January 2023. Eggs become orange coloured within a few days.
Nottinghamshire (VC56) distribution of Kentish Glory 
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Updated January 2023

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