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Confirmation NEast London (1 Viewer)


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Last Wednesday Sep.6th I’d imaged a moth on the house wall the night before and was then distracted by another moth, thus promptly forgot the first!
Having just refound it on my camera roll, it’s looking like a Dark Crimson Underwing?
Can someone confirm?



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I'd say Red Underwing.

rosaria high,

Looking at Lewingtons, there seems to be an immense “pattern” difference between subject and Red Underwing….presume the variability is such, that pattern “overlapping” is not uncommon to the extreme?


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