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Tortrixs for I/D (1 Viewer)

blackcountry mon

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Can anyone please I/D any of these three tortrix moths that were in the trap last night. I think 1 could be a Light Brown Apple Moth and 2 a Garden Rose Tortrix but have no idea about 3. Any input will be appreciated

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