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Please help me ID these moths! (1 Viewer)

ZSymons

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Hi, I'm Zoe, I live in Carterton, Oxfordshire. This was my first moth trap in my garden last night. Struggling to ID these ones.
 

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KC Foggin

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Sorry, I can't I D them for you but I would like to wish you a warm welcome to BirdForum from those of us on staff here.

Please join in wherever you like ;)
 

Rubia

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Willow Beauty, Rustic/Uncertain, Ringed China-mark, possibly Garden Grass-veneer and Mottled Beauty.
PS I don't gaurantee being right so perhaps wait for some more comments.
If you are just starting have you seen the Norfolk Moths website, you will find the flying tonight tab amazingly useful.
 

aeshna5

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Willow Beauty, Rustic/Uncertain, Ringed China-mark, possibly Garden Grass-veneer and Mottled Beauty.
PS I don't gaurantee being right so perhaps wait for some more comments.
If you are just starting have you seen the Norfolk Moths website, you will find the flying tonight tab amazingly useful.
Without looking at what you wrote I came to the same conclusion. I'm inclined towards Uncertain for the agg.
 

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