- The website is constantly evolving and improving, but certainly at the
time of writing, only depicts a fraction of the British species and their
variations. In particular, many of the micro-moths are very similar,
and many are not yet depicted.
- Even those species illustrated may not be fully identifiable by appearance
alone. Many species groups are only reliably separated by genitalia
- All the photos on the website are believed to be correctly identified, but this may not always be the case. Sometimes errors creep in, and new information comes to light.
In summary, please be careful in identifications, and try to check these by another source if there could be any doubt, especially if you are submitting records to your local Lepidoptera recorder.
On a related note, if you spot any suspect or glaring identification errors on the website, please let me know