Small brown moth disturbed in garden.Any ideas?
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Thanks for taking the time to id this. I have been looking at Pugs as a result on the web.There are a lot of them
Difficult to be 100% on just about any pug (a hard species to ID) but my best guess would be a Common Pug Eupithecia vulgata.
Yes, I'd agree with Common Pug, based on the zig-zag in the post-median line, seen clearly in the photos against the leafy background. Could you add this as an identification C. Rayz?
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Lat/Lng: 51.216653057964, -1.4640151259664
OS grid ref: SU375465