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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.