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Macro id (Cumbria, UK) (1 Viewer)


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This moth was found earlier today in mixed woodland, initially perched on a tree trunk. It was fairly small with wingspan in the 2-3cm range. I'm assuming that it's a pug of some sort, but I've not been able to find any convincing matches taking into account the time of year. It's perhaps too worn for a definitive ID, but I'd still appreciate any suggestions as to what it MIGHT be!




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