|Aglossa pinguinalis (Dark Tabby)|
Easily identified, Aglossa pinguinalis (Large Tabby) is a local moth that has declined significantly over the past few decades. Its larvae feed on cereal chaff, hay debris and dry dung in barns, a foodstuff that is common around here. It is also well known for resting in the dark corners of barns and outhouses.
|Aglossa pinguinalis UK distribution (UK Moths)|
|Aglossa pinguinalis Norfolk distribution (Norfolk Moths)|