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Noctuid sp NE.London last night. (1 Viewer)

KenM

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Can't recall seeing this micro moth before? (image 1.) and unfortunately I couldn't get any closer to this c3cm Noctuid it being too high up on the wall (image 2.) probably not ID-able?, also (image 3. shot out the pot before I could get any closer).

Many Thanks.
 

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Farnboro John

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For me:-

1. Acleris forsskaleana - https://ukmoths.org.uk/species/acleris-forsskaleana/adult-2/

2. Bright-line Brown-eye (something odd with the image) - https://ukmoths.org.uk/species/lacanobia-oleracea/

3. Udea prunalis - https://ukmoths.org.uk/species/udea-prunalis/

All the best

Second image looks as if its been run through noise reduction when there isn't enough detail there, and the software has given the moth a sleek "wet look". Sometimes you have to skip noise reduction.

John
 

KenM

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For me:-

1. Acleris forsskaleana - https://ukmoths.org.uk/species/acleris-forsskaleana/adult-2/

2. Bright-line Brown-eye (something odd with the image) - https://ukmoths.org.uk/species/lacanobia-oleracea/

3. Udea prunalis - https://ukmoths.org.uk/species/udea-prunalis/

All the best

Second image looks as if its been run through noise reduction when there isn't enough detail there, and the software has given the moth a sleek "wet look". Sometimes you have to skip noise reduction.

John

Thanks Guys! :t:
 

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