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    Moth ID help please

    Hi Many thanks for your help with these. Sorry about the numbering, I took the photos out when I found a slightly better image of a couple of them and forgot to change the numbering afterwards. (age related error !) Both White-point and Flounced Rustic are new for me. I was convinced No. 5 was a...
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    Moth ID help please

    Hi Would welcome help with ID for these from the last week or so. 1. Eudonia angustea ? 2. White-point ? 3. Rustic ? Many thanks
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    Moth ID

    Hi Many thanks to you both. I agree with Yarrow Pug.. I have seen Diamondback Moth before and the 'diamonds' seemed less pronounced on this one. Bordered Straw is a lifer. I had a hunch that it was this species but after Toadflax Brocade, Jersey Tiger and a couple of Gypsy Moths recently, I...
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    Moth ID

    Hi Would appreciate ID help with these please. 1. Stenolechia gemmella ? 5. Wainscot sp.? Many thanks.
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    Moth ID please

    Hi Andy Many thanks for your reply. The Toadflax Brocade is a new one for me. Regards
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    Moth ID please

    Can anyone help with ID for these please. No. 2 Tree Lichen Beauty ? No. 3 Coronet ? No.4 Green Pug ? Many thanks
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    Moth ID help pls

    Hi Andy Many thanks for your help, much appreciated.
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    Moth ID help pls

    Hi Would appreciate help with ID for these 2 from last nights trap. Best of the year so far both in terms of numbers and diversity ! Many thanks.
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    ID help please

    Hi Many thanks to all of you for the help. Appreciated as always.
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    ID help please

    Hi Would appreciate ID help with these please: No. 2 Acleris cristana ? No. 3 Oak Processionary ? No. 4 Caloptilia sp. Many thanks.
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    Moth ID

    Hi Aeshna5 Many thanks for you help with these. I think you are correct with No. 3 being Turnip Moth. This and the Micro are both new for me. Regards
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    Moth ID

    Hi Would appreciate help with ID of these moths from recent trappings. No. 1 Tree Lichen Beauty ? No 3 A very dark Heart & Dart ? Many thanks
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    Moth ID help please

    Hi Paul Many thanks for your help, much appreciated.
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    Moth ID help please

    Hi Would appreciate help with these 3 from recent trappings. Thanks
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    Moth ID

    Hi Andy Many thanks for your reply. I thought it might be November Moth but it flatly refused to rest with wings open to allow a view of the upper wing. Regards
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