Furry grey moth with unusual antenna. About 2 inches long
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The antennae are often not easy to see, because of the resting position. I wonder whether you are referring to the front legs, which are very hairy and held stretched well forward?
A super moth; always pleased to see one in the trap, though I seem to find the caterpillars far more often than the adult moth.
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I had thought the front bit to be his antennae, but I am sure you are right and it it is his legs! I am learning a lot. Thankyou.
Lat/Lng: 50.852, -1.773
OS grid ref: SU160058
Sandy Balls Holiday Park, New Forest, UK