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  1. Tri-Counties Birder

    Three for I/D

    1 Vine's Rustic, 2 and 3 Square-spot Rustic.
  2. Tri-Counties Birder

    Pugs for ID

    All 4 are Common Pug.
  3. Tri-Counties Birder

    American Herring Gull? Dorset

    Thought I'd let a discussion take place on this potential Smiths from Portland, given that I was there, and on my patch! ;-) P.S. Ian Lewington's seen the pics, and said 'there's nothing to rule AHG out', or words to that affect. http://portlandbirdobs.blogspot.co.uk/
  4. Tri-Counties Birder

    Moth - France, August

    Many thanks, Martin.
  5. Tri-Counties Birder

    Moth - France, August

    Near Bergerac, which is about 115km east of Bordeaux.
  6. Tri-Counties Birder

    Moth - France, August

    Any thoughts on this moth, posted on behalf of someone else, would be appreciated.
  7. Tri-Counties Birder

    Moth ID Portugal

    It certainly is a moth. A Burnet species. There are a number of Burnets in southern Europe but this is something like Transparent Burnet (Zygaena purpuralis).
  8. Tri-Counties Birder

    micros Dartford this week

    Agree with rufescens. The other is Acleris variegana (Garden Rose Tortrix), I think.
  9. Tri-Counties Birder

    Macro - 27.09.14 Kent

    SSR I'm afraid!
  10. Tri-Counties Birder

    Another 2 for ID, Speyside

    1. A Pug, but probably too worn to ID. 2. July Highflyer again.
  11. Tri-Counties Birder

    Two moths for ID, Speyside

    I feel this is a good candidate for Dark then, but they are tricky pair, and I've never seen Dark.
  12. Tri-Counties Birder

    Two moths for ID, Speyside

    When were these taken? First is July Highflyer (which doesn't just fly in July), and the second is a form of either Common or Dark Marbled Carpet. When it was taken may be a clue to the ID.
  13. Tri-Counties Birder

    Tice's Meadow and Tongham GP, Surrey

    Have you been talking to Gordon Kape (ask Dave!)? Yellow DoDDer! See you on Sat, getting there 3ish.
  14. Tri-Counties Birder

    Carpet ID

    It is CMC. In my experience, all the Carpets can rest with their wings closed on occasion.
  15. Tri-Counties Birder

    Moth for ID please

    A pale-form Sitochroa palealis.
  16. Tri-Counties Birder

    Tortrix to Id

    LBAM for me.
  17. Tri-Counties Birder

    3 Macros - Dorset 27.08.14

    1. + 2. Agreed. Galium. 2. Feathered Ranunculus
  18. Tri-Counties Birder

    id please

    It's a slightly worn Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing.
  19. Tri-Counties Birder

    2 Macros and a micro - Dorset 18.08.14

    1. a worn Purple-bar 2. Small Square-spot 3. A. arenella I'd say