East Sussex, UK - 5 ID's (1 Viewer)

Jonny721

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Another 5, these may be:
1 - Lunar Spotted Pinion
2 - Large Wainscot sp
3 - Footman sp, seemed longer and thinner than Common
4 - Carpet sp
5 - Emerald sp, very small compared to Common but markings only seem to match that sp

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Cheers Jonny
 

Tri-Counties Birder

AKA The Portland Naturalist
1. I agree
2. Webb's Wainscot
3. Possibly Hoary Footman, but it does seem a bit worn on the thorax and head, so I can't rule out a worn Common.
4. July Highflyer
5. Not sure. A bit late for Little, but I see no evidence of the darkish fringe of Common.
 
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Jonny721

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1. I agree
2. Webb's Wainscot
3. Possibly Hoary Footman, but it does seem a bit worn on the thorax and head, so I can't rule out a worn Common.
4. July Highflyer
5. Not sure. A bit late for Little, but I see no evidence of the darkish fringe of Common.

Thanks Sean, caught 2 other Hoary Footman and thought this might be another.

Anyone else for the Emerald?
 

Paul Chapman

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I would say Common Emerald for the emerald. The cross-lines appear to match that species more than any others. I would also say Hoary Footman and agree the balance.

All the best
 

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