|Nutmeg (Dicestra trifolii)|
The Nutmeg is a perfect example of the difficulties of moth identification. Until a species has been seen and correctly identified in real life, it can be easily confused with moths that are similar. Until the marks, shades or shapes of the newly found species have been absorbed into your personal picture-library, it could be any one of three or four varieties. New to the gardens at York (and not seen yet in Coxwold) this late addition is welcome.