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A Couple of Moths from Cumbria?

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Old Thursday 7th June 2012, 13:02   #1
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Question A Couple of Moths from Cumbria?

Hi,

I am struggling with the ID of the two moths attached. I think the first may be Pale-shouldered Brocade and the second is probably Marbled Minor agg?

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Old Thursday 7th June 2012, 14:54   #2
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I would agree with Pale Shouldered Brocade, and probably agree with the second aswell
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I would agree with you for both.
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