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dantheman

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Brick for me. The (fairly worn) large dark spot on the wings still fit, and lacks the small black spots against the thorax of ylq.

Outermost cross-line also appears more varied as opposed to straight across of ylq?
 
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Andy Adcock

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England
Brick for me. The (fairly worn) large dark spot on the wings still fit, and lacks the small black spots against the thorax of ylq.

Outermost cross-line also appears more varied as opposed to straight across of ylq?

Thanks chaps but, I thought that the two spots were, just visible, not only that but the two spots further back and in line with them?

Always happy to learn.
 

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