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    Pug species

    Hi Paul, I still think it's Brindled Pug. The prominent slit-like central spot distinguishes it from Double-striped Pug and it's very common at this time of the year. Dave
  2. D

    Pug species

    We don't know the size of the moth but I'd go for Brindled Pug, which is on the wing at the moment. Dave W
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