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Hi Douglas, I have just looked at multiple images of both and I cannot call it, why are moths so variable ? Regards Chris
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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I will upload another photo with it alongside some other quakers- I identified a small quaker in with them but this seemed bigger
Thanks a lot
Thanks for the extra photo.
You have there:
1 Small Quaker
4 Common Quaker
1 Twin-spot Quaker
1 Clouded Drab
I am now sure that the moth in the original image is Clouded Drab.
Hi Douglas, you have to admit that for a moth novice like me it was a tricky one, agreeing with your ID. Regards Chris
Thanks very much!
Lat/Lng: 51.3874, -0.154
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