Looking at the Fuchsia bush in our back garden, revealed several of the leaves have been nibbled by something. Closer inspection showed the culprit. Dozens of small, green caterpillars munching their way through the tender new shoots. Turns out, they are the larvae of the Angle Shades moth (Phlogophora meticulosa). A common Noctuid moth of Europe, I left them to get on with their fine dining.