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Dark Arches variation

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Old Wednesday 14th July 2010, 20:44   #1
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Dark Arches variation

I noticed something different about this Dark Arches (assuming it is one!). The oval & kidney marks are joined up. Is this sort of variation normal in moths generally?

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