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substantially smaller with different resting pose from early thorn
Compare: http://ukmoths.org.uk/show.php?bf=1917 and http://ukmoths.org.uk/show.php?id=4555
wow that was quick! thanks guys, I'm a total novice, thank you!
googled it, are they sometimes called 'Rosy Flounced Tabby'? Is this the same thing or something different?
Yes it's the same thing. Tabby is sometimes used as general term for a number of related moths in the subfamily Pyralinae.
Common names are pretty much unregulated - often the same species of moth has more than one common name, some have no common name at all. Scientific names are generally more reliable.
Lat/Lng: 52.621408213437, 1.2688375646263
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