Skye is an excellent place to look for all manner of invertebrates. With 18 species of butterfly possible, including trickier species such as Large Heath, Dark-green Fritillary and Scotch Argus. Stonechat Bothy is a good spot for all of these species! Phil and Laura are both moth recorders too, and frequently run a moth trap on the croft with a good range of scarcer species, due to the variety of habitats. Famously, Skye has an endemic species of moth, the Talisker Burnet, often found alongside the Transparent Burnet and Six-spot Burnet! Dragonflies and Damselflies do well in the numerous bogs, pools and streams, with many species such as the small Beautiful Demoiselle and large Golden-ringed Dragonfly with very restricted ranges.