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when looking at the photos with Martin Harvey we went for light orange underwing. they were flying round pools along track in woodland that did have aspen. there were plenty (at least 10). Birch trees not in full leaf, only just starting to open buds.
Hi Mike, I think you might be right on reflection. It's a new moth to me, in fact moths are new to me. Why not add the ID yourself.
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I'm hoping Martin will have a look at it on ispot rather than just looking at the image on my camera and he can put in the ID.
I don't suppose you recall what the antennae looked like? This would be another useful ID feature.
look feathered in one of the pictures (which would also indicate LOU) but not quite possible to make out.
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