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I'm glad you posted this one Cathal - I saw one of these a couple of weeks ago and nearly made the mistake of recording it as Vapourer! Quite different when you compare the two species, but I'd forgotten all about Nut-tree Tussock.
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Ive never seen the Vapourer larva besides on iSpot and other websites, yes they also have a pair of 'horns' at the front and are generally hairy. This is one of a small group of moth species larva which I regularly encounter in various places locally where hazel is common. Ive yet to see the adult, likewise with Green Silver-lines, plenty of larva but never the adult.
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