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Old Monday 25th July 2005, 14:18   #29
Ken Noble
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You're much better at getting the moth to show its hindwing than I am... and on the few occasions I've managed it, the moth has often moved before I could get my camera lined up.
The one I posted in the 'late July' thread had only part of its hindwing showing, so perhaps that's why my CR called it a Hoplodrina sp.
I'll have to keep trying.

Attached below are two photos from 2004 that my CR did accept... and a couple from this year that he hasn't.

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