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LW Jul 13
Saw this at Arundel. Any ideas on type please?
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SpaceGal 15m
What a beautiful @ 7-Eleven
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Michele 12h
Saw this lovely not sure which one it is, any idea
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Michele Jul 10
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Borneo Backgarden 22h
Oleander Hawk Moth. Reminds me of a Vulcan bomber!
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Mike Saffery Jul 13
Terrible pic I know (apologies) but this one's doing my nut in. or ? Please help.
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🔞MalDefekt 13h
Ahm blembd in. Shhh. Noh seeee.
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Nickynackynoo Jul 12
Anyone able to help with a ID for me plse
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Katie Jayne 5h
Look at this cheeky bugger who has broken into my bathroom
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Gart 10h
Check out this cool moth that was outside of my apartment
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Maggi Bl 13h
A windy day at Mawbray today, but this Six-spot Burnet managed to keep still, even if his perch didn't.
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mothdrip Jul 16
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mothdrip Jul 16
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From Nikki Jul 17
Met this fabulous diva today.
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Peter Menet Jul 10
Elephant Hawk Moth I spotted today @bugz_uk
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°•.☆sʜαяқxʏṃ☆.•° Jul 14
Found this small friend on my patio... No idea what it is... Can anyone help?? Is it a bee? A moth?
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Keith Broomfield 11h
A beautiful golden y in the showing off its intricate wing patterns
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Donna Rainey 21h
A lovely little Nettle tap on Ox eye daisy in the garden. They lay eggs on nettles, the larva live in a web on the underside of the leaf, drawing the edges together.
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Lindy loo 21h
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Karen Wake 22h
An unusual but rather beautiful visitor last night. Pic looks blurred, but was doing that rapid wing-beating thing
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