ID help required please?
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I think its the first of these Ive seen. ID looks good. Cheers.
I've just remembered this is another moth that's been split recently, A. effractana is the newer moth so you might want to pursue this further.
Ive just been reading about that in UKmoths DD. It might be one of those ones where dissection/ genital examination is necessary. Thanks all the same, I'll attempt to get a daylight shot today.
Lat/Lng: 55.1226, -6.0788
OS grid ref: NW400885