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Andy Adcock

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I've attempted to ID these myself with the exception of the non Crambid but help is always appreciated.
 

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rosaria

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I'd agree:
1. Agriphila straminella
2. Agriphila tristella
4. Crambus perlella

Not sure about 3. 5. is Blastobasis adustella
 

Andy Adcock

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Here's a few more, sorry about the bad light.

The first, I thought was another selasella but the stripe looks too broad, could it be a worn margaritella?

Second, Agriphila geniculea?

Third, no idea.
 

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rosaria

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1. could be a worn Tristella?
2. Agree Geniculea
3. Maybe an Argyresthia - from the posture and slightly metallic scaliness.
 

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