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The Berkshire Moth Group is a friendly group dedicated to moth recording and conservation in the county. This website provides information about some of our activities - use the "Navigation" links on the left to explore the site.

Please contact us to join the group, or for further information. For questions about moth identification or to upload photos see also the Berkshire Moth Group egroup.


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  • Berkshire features in micro-moth review for 2013 Every year John Langmaid and Mark Young publish a review of micro-moths, listing all the species that have been added to county lists from around the country. This is ...
    Posted 23 Jan 2015, 14:07 by Martin Harvey
  • New records via iRecord I've just started making a serious attempt to process the 12,000-odd records that have arrived via iRecord over the last year or two. It's taking a ...
    Posted 30 Sep 2014, 15:52 by Martin Harvey
  • Berkshire BAP species Recently the local records centre (TVERC) requested an update on the Biodiversity Action Plan species that occur in the modern county of Berkshire (as opposed to the vice-county). The ...
    Posted 30 Sep 2014, 08:35 by Martin Harvey
  • Latest records It's been a while, but I can report some progress with incoming records! Following software problems earlier in the year I'm now getting things running again, and am ...
    Posted 26 Sep 2014, 11:05 by Martin Harvey
  • Berkshire's 2nd confirmed Clifden Nonpareil A Clifden Nonpareil was trapped in VC22 woods near Oxford last night (16th). The lucky person was Marc Botham - well done Marc (through gritted, jealous teeth!). Marc has posted a ...
    Posted 18 Sep 2014, 03:11 by Martin Harvey
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