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Epping Forest Noctuid sp (1 Viewer)

KenM

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Am totally thrown by this, it was the size of TLB/Marbled Green?

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Steve Lister

Senior Birder, ex County Recorder, Garden Moths.
United Kingdom
Didn’t realise they got that “small”👍
Seemingly infinite variety of patterns and a big variation in size. I'm surprised nobody has come up with Greater Rustic as well as Common and lesser - I have had a couple of big ones recently.
 

KenM

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Seemingly infinite variety of patterns and a big variation in size. I'm surprised nobody has come up with Greater Rustic as well as Common and lesser - I have had a couple of big ones recently.
Thankfully we don’t have such extreme size differentials with birds.
It should now teach me to take no size for granted with any particular sp.😮
 

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