2018 November 21
Victoria West sends a photograph of Emmelina monodactyla. This is one of those pterophorid moths that we, as well as enthusiasts on the Sussex butterfly website, have independently noticed closely resembles the pre-WWI German monoplane the Rumpler Taube. See
https://www.sussex-butterflies.org.uk/sightings/ for 19 and 20 November. The larval foodplant of this species is the flowers of Calystegia.
Emmelina monodactyla (Lep.: Pterophoridae) Victoria West