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  1. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    Hi. Yeah, it could well be!............ It's gotta be one of those! 🤔 😂
  2. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    Pyralidae not Crambidae! 😂. OK, thanks, I'll check it out.
  3. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    👍 ☺
  4. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    Hi. I'll have to check that out, thanks! For micros, I have, Micro moths of GB & Ireland, by, Phil Stirling & Mark Parsons, illustrations by, Richard Lewington, excellent guide! I rushed in earlier with I'd, because a lot of Crambidae have long palps!......... I even got the family wrong! 😲 😂...
  5. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    Hi. Yep, spot-on, I reckon! looks like one to me! 👍
  6. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    Hi again! 😲 Pic 3, looks like a micro moth, maybe, a Crambidae , but which one......... I haven't got a clue!
  7. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    Hi. I think pics 4&5 maybe either a, Plain/Riband wave?
  8. H

    Moths ID Switzerland

    Hi. I think pic 1, is a Common heath, and pic 2, a Latticed heath?
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