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A Pug for ID (1 Viewer)

Andy Adcock

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Cyprus
When I saw this, I thought it must be Freyer's but it's even bigger, one image shows it's size, compared to my index finger.

Edit: Looks ok for Plain Pug which I've had here before but don't remember them being so big.
 

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Andy Adcock

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Cyprus
Yarrow Pug has been confidently suggested pers com?

If our recorder accepts this record, rated 'nationally scarce B' in Waring, it will be by far, the rarest moth I've ever caught.
 
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