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Old Friday 1st September 2017, 10:46   #1
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ID please minor/rustic?

Please help. this came to light last night in heavy rain.
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I might go for Pale-shouldered Brocade?


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Yes Thanks Andy. Looks a lot like that. Thought maybe it's a bit lacking in the dog's teeth. Haven't seen or got any better ideas though. Thanks again
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Yes Thanks Andy. Looks a lot like that. Thought maybe it's a bit lacking in the dog's teeth. Haven't seen or got any better ideas though. Thanks again
John
Hindwing my be a bit worn, I had the same doubts but if you google it, there are one or two thjat look similar


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Isn't it Straw Underwing? Size and colour of underwing should clinch it.

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Isn't it Straw Underwing? Size and colour of underwing should clinch it.

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I considered and then dismissed Straw Underwing?


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