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Old Thursday 14th September 2017, 09:53   #1
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Moth ID

Any help with these appreciated all from Cambridgeshire

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1 I'd lean toward Bullrush Wainscot

3 Could be a worm Square-spot Rustic, can be a nuisance, very variable.

4 Could be a worn Double Square-spot or Clay sp?

5 Resembles Plain Clay - Note status though.



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