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Gillian Kelley Aug 18
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Zener Sparks Aug 16
Greeted by a large boi tonight! This is the second one I've ever seen in my life. Poor guy was stuck in a small amount of spider web but gently we got him free ^^ fingers crossed he can still flutter away later. 11/10.
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Rare Queen Bee 12h
I found this tiny moth basking in the garden (finger nail for scale!!). Any ideas of what type it is?
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Jacqui Thompson Aug 15
A moth that Lucky just let in
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Charlie Wilson Aug 18
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Ian McMillan Aug 16
Any nature loving folk out there able to shine a light (pun intended) on this weird looking moth that's appeared in my work? Never seen one like that before
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TwistedSketch ☆ 🐴 Aug 14
I HAD A PASSENGER TODAY PRETTY BABY ♡♡
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Piemonte Dreams 14h
Thanks to for letting me know that the name of this creature in my Italian garden is a Bagworm Moth. 🐛👏🙌
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fox & koi 3h
Little moth friends out in the wild ✨💕 These pins are currently in stock in our shop, available in rainbow or gold enamel, they make a great little addition to any outfit, bag or embellishment on a gift! . . Catch them in our shop
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Ian Baxter 6h
We found this in the garden when clearing a patch that had been overtaken by wild strawberries. Stopped clearing after we found it and put it back. It's a good 3-4cm in length we think it might be an elephant hawk . Any one able to shed some light?
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Hannah Bee Griffin Aug 18
Sharing my awesome picture. We certainly haven’t seen so many this year
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Chickenwang Aug 17
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Alex Mayor Aug 16
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Stephanie Aug 17
Hi friend. What are you?
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Random Raccoon Aug 10
Say Hello to miss 🦋
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Amanda Kahl 19h
I've been joined by a very pretty little moth friend while I draw. My shitty cell camera doesn't capture it's coppery iridescence. It's only about half an inch long.
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Black Guillemot Aug 13
Can anyone help me ID this creature?
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🇺🇸🎣 Red 📷🔬 Aug 18
An amenable camera phone practice subject with his long plumy antennae.
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Martin Harvey Aug 18
Last night's trap in the garden produced a species new to me: Gypsy Moth, male with funky antennae
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Dominion City Ikeja Aug 18
1. Professional Daters: These ones want nothing serious but to have fun and no responsibility. 2. Insincere Daters: They're neither looking for love nor companionship, all they just want is SEX. 3. Confused Daters: These ones do not know what they want.
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