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Moth ID (1 Viewer)

Sussex_Birder

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Hi
Would appreciate ID help with these please.
1. Stenolechia gemmella ?
5. Wainscot sp.?

Many thanks.
 

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Sussex_Birder

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Hi
Many thanks to you both.
I agree with Yarrow Pug.. I have seen Diamondback Moth before and the 'diamonds' seemed less pronounced on this one.
Bordered Straw is a lifer.
I had a hunch that it was this species but after Toadflax Brocade, Jersey Tiger and a couple of Gypsy Moths recently, I was waiting for my luck to run out !
Agree that Yarrow Pug looks good as well.
Cheers
Ian
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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