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Old Tuesday 18th August 2009, 20:55   #1
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Large moth ID please

Picture taken this afternoon in a dissused quarry in Staffordshire, I have looked in my book and I can't see anything like it.......well it is an old book.
Thanks in advance. Neil. PS: Estimated wingspan of around 30/35mm.
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I've edited this post as my original id was ridiculous and i'm not sure what on earth i was thinking of!

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