If you’re fascinated by invertebrates, moths in particular, Stephen’s Place is a must-visit destination. With the help of a few strong lights and the white sidewall of the house, a mesmerising variety of moths is lured to the place every night. So far more than 3600 soecies have been caught, photographed and identified, and this doesn’t even include the smaller fry! Although not a regular, the Greater Death’s Head Hawkmoth (Acherontia lachesis) is one of the many visitors. Also known as the bee robber, this large moth is able to enter a bee hive without being attacked by disguising themselves with a perfume very similar to that emitted by bees themselves.