Glamorgan Moth Group

87 Coed Glas Road, Llanishen
CF14 5EL

Glamorgan Moth Group

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Aims to promote moths, their habitats and to record Glamorgan’s moths via a database system. Organises moth trapping sessions and events on biodiversity.

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In 1995 a group of about fifteen moth'ers got together and formed the Glamorgan Moth Recording Group (GMRG). Its aims are to promote moths, their habitats and to record Glamorgan’s moths via a database system which would lay down all the county’s lepidoptera records in place.

This culminated in 1999 with the publication of the first Provisional Atlas for Macrolepidoptera in the county. Four years later, a new provisional county moth list was produced, only the third time this has been done. With over 250,000 moth records now on the database, Glamorgan is one of the country’s best recorded counties for lepidoptera.

The group has continued to grow in the ten years since it was formed, and currently has over eighty members - the majority of which live, record and trap within Glamorgan. The GMRG produces a regular newsletter (monthly from April to October) and has several outdoor meetings from spring to autumn.

029 2076 2182


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