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To be honest David, I am not great on these moths, the Footmen. Looks like Common to me but I am no authority on them!!
it's a learning curve for me also, I have been trapping about 11 months.
I'm finding it really interesting and challenging any feedback I receive is greatly appreciated, I like to share my pictures with people like yourself who interested.
Some moths, eg Footmen species seem to me to require particular attention to detail and possibly refreshed familiarity on a regular basis. Like you I also find it interesting and challenging figuring these things out, iSpot helps no end. Its an irreplacable info resource.
I have to admit I havent seen many footmen moths and certainly not frequently enough to be familiar with their subtle differences.
Witht these I only hope to theorise (although I boldly did post a Common Footman as 'Im as sure as I can be' this evening) and be corrected if necessary.
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