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9605

Re: Pug for ID

Thanks Charlie. Not been a good year for pugs here, so good to have an infrequent visitor to the garden.
alex.bozman
10:39 PM
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9604

Re: Pug for ID

Yes I would have thought a rather dark Wormwood. Very long in the wing and the right shape for Wormwood. Charlie
charleshfletcher
Jul 26
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9603

Pug for ID

Posted a picture in the Linthwaite album. Wingspan 12mm. Looks a bit like Wormwood Pug, but only a hint of white tornal spot, unclear if black abdominal band
alex.bozman
Jul 25
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9602

Pateley Bridge Trapping

We had a session at Silver Hill, Pateley Bridge last night. Despite falling temperatures and a clear sky, it produced a really nice selection of upland moths
charleshfletcher
Jul 25
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9601

Re: New moths and micros

Hi Charlie Thanks Charlie. I'll change the Epiblema but I think I'll stick with the Archips xylosteana if that is OK by you. The actual specimen looked more
margaret prior
Jul 24
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9600

Re: New moths and micros

Hi Margaret Your Epiblema costipunctana is more likely to be Lobesia abscisana. I'm not sure about your Archips xylosteana as it's very worn if it's this
charleshfletcher
Jul 24
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9599

New moths and micros

Hello I have posted photos of moths that are new to my garden this year. I'm pretty certain about the macro moths but I would be grateful if someone could
margaret prior
Jul 24
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9598

Re: Apamea?

Thank you,Charlie.For making a tiny effort to `Walk on my own` was rewarded with Early Thorn late on.
edgebander57
Jul 23
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9597

Re: Apamea?

If the size fits I presume it's Dark Arches. Yes - lots of noctuids with a W on the subterminal line!! Charlie
charleshfletcher
Jul 23
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9596

Apamea?

Have uploaded to `WF17 moths` what I think is some sort of Apamea for id,please.Pretty dull & featureless I`m afraid. Are there lots of moths with a strong `W`
edgebander57
Jul 22
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9595

Re: A few more to confirm IDs

Thank you once again Charlie, I don't have a head-on shot of 2864, but looking at the habitat I've got it's more likely to be Smoky Wainscot than Southern -
Jane Thomas
Jul 22
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9594

Re: ID help please

Hi Martyn Although you may be correct, there is the possibility that it's Spindle Ermine. According to the national guidelines, Apple Ermine is only
charleshfletcher
Jul 21
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9593

ID help please

Hi all I wonder if I could have some ID help with Photo's 2447 and 2448 in Caldene Fields moths. I am aware of the difficulties of separating yponomeuta
martynpriestley@ymail.com
Jul 21
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9592

Re: A few more to confirm IDs

Hello Jane 2834 yes 2835 worn Chrysoteuchia culmella 2841 Ypsolopha dentella 2845 a very worn beastie 2850 yes 2858 yes 2863 yes I would definitely lose that
charleshfletcher
Jul 21
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9591

Re: A few more to confirm IDs

Thank you Charlie! I've posted a few more photos, which I hope you can help me with - I'm fairly certain of most of them: 2834 Willow beauty 2835 Crambus
madjanev
Jul 21
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