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FEATHERED THORN MOTH (MALE)

Observed: 22nd October 2009 By: foxyfoxy’s reputation in Invertebratesfoxy’s reputation in Invertebratesfoxy’s reputation in Invertebratesfoxy’s reputation in Invertebrates
MALE FEATHERED THORN MOTH (COLOTOIS PENNARIA)
Description:

MALES HAVE FEATHERED ANTENNAE

Identifications
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    Likely ID
    FEATHERED THORN MOTH (COLOTOIS PENNARIA)
    Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
    ID agreements (): 7 People
    • AndyBanthorpe
      Bedfordshire Moth Group
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    • greenmangreenman’s reputation in Invertebratesgreenman’s reputation in Invertebrates
    • Topsi
      Amateur Entomologists' Society
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    • Welsh Man
    • DavidHowdon
      Amateur Entomologists' SocietyLondon Natural History SocietySelborne Society
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    • kieren
      Amateur Entomologists' Society
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    • nightflynightfly’s reputation in Invertebratesnightfly’s reputation in Invertebratesnightfly’s reputation in Invertebratesnightfly’s reputation in Invertebratesnightfly’s reputation in Invertebrates
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Martin Harvey's picture

Moths Ireland

If you're not already in touch with them, I'm sure the Moths Ireland project would be pleased to receive details of your moth records:
http://www.mothsireland.com/

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Entomologist and biological recorder

Mike Wall's picture

Males have feathered

Males have feathered antennae, rather than 'anthers'!

Mike

County microlepidoptera recorder, Hampshire (VC11,12)

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Males have feathered

Thanks Mike
Noted and corrected!

Regards Foxy

Foxy