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Thanks Chris, is their fuzziness quite variable then? I have been looking through photos and all the A. reaumurella photos i can see look like they have a very fuzzy, black body... This one isn't fuzzy at all.
I'm no expert on these moths (or any moths for that matter) so I'm open to correction here. The ones with the long antennae (males I believe) have a black fuzzy body (I'm not sure this is the correct word but It'll do), the females with shorter antennae seem to have a gold body. Looking through the images in the carousel, there does seem to be this difference.
I'm sure Douglas will tell us correctly.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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All of what Chris says is of course pretty much correct, this is certainly a female Adela reaumurella anyway.
Nice find! :-)
By the way, Chris I'm no real expert either - certainly not the world authority on moths!
You know a lot more than me anyway, thanks Chris
Thanks, its a first for the site anyway - thanks! I am blogging my finds from my bluebell walk this morning, this was found on someone's boot!
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