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Old Thursday 26th May 2011, 17:56   #1
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new to mothing

just got my first moth trap and require a shed loads of advice regarding id. Many thanks in advance as I appreciate these will probably all be common ones. Any tips gratefully received.
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Old Thursday 26th May 2011, 18:12   #2
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1. ?
2. one of the Minors (Tawny Marbled/Marbled/Rufous), which needs to be dissected for positive ID.
3. Pale Tussock
4. prob Pale Tussock too, but not the best angle
5. worn Shuttle-shaped Dart
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