Consider the Coprophagus Sloth Moth Cryptoses choloepi,
Not Strictly in Calderdale but I thought this rather obvious example of adaption might reflect a wider lesson of some of the more subtle adaptions of moths that go unsung throughout the UK and adds to philosophy that it is what we dont know thats counts. So think twice before we Chop it , Cut It , Kill it , Alter it or Remove it !!!!
Its wing markings admirably marked for living amongst the fur of Sloths were subsequently Larvae feed on dung.The larvae of the sloth moth, Cryptoses choloepi, live in the dung of the three-toed sloth, Bradypus infuscatus. Adult female moths apparently leave the fur of the sloth to oviposit when the sloth descends, once a week, to the forest floor to defecate.