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Moth ids from herefordshire (1 Viewer)

Espen

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Thanks all :t:

not had the trap out for a couple of nights but found this one in the house the other day, seems quite distinctive.

Cheers
Espen
 

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Espen

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Looks good for one.

Cheers, Thomas

Thanks,

Here are some more for id from the past few weeks:

I think 2 is a silver y and 3 an ermine?
 

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Espen

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Jonny721

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1 - Common Rustic agg
2 - Silver Y
3 - maybe Spindle Ermine
4 - Scalloped Oak
5 - Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing
6 - Early Thorn
7 - Light Brown Apple Moth
 

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