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Loo Loo. 17h
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Fenella Gentleman 21h
That closer up. (See previous.)
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Lost Sophist Jun 17
What sort of is this?
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Zener Sparks Jun 20
Much better picture of the moth from last night, used my phone this time ^^ Still browsing the webs for some nice lenses for my camera
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Baka the Greyhood Jun 21
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Enaj Barvi Jun 23
Extraordinary .. Good morning twitter world...
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Kim Mortimer Jun 24
Rusty Tussock in front garden today
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Natasha Stonebridge 23h
Kitchen share with this beautiful specimen... fast asleep as tried to gently nudge to take outside... can anyone help identify?
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B. Soto 2h
Found what I think is a Sphinx moth on a sidewalk. The wings remind me of moose antlers.
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Marty Stouffer 19h
Man, I miss being on WWE TV.
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theyellowrhino Jun 23
And this is another resident.
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Melisa 3h
our huge overnight guest, recuperating from the heavy rain as i let it out once the it had all stopped this morning๐ŸŒณ๐ŸŒง anyone know what type of moth it was?
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Ailish Scott Jun 19
Biggest moth Iโ€™ve seen in a while, anyone know what species?
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john ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ Jun 18
Any idea what this little groover is? No more that 25mm long with very striking orange shoulders, jet black otherwise. On a coniferous forest floor near Edinburgh Scotland.
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Radha ๐Ÿ‘ Happy Flippers Jun 23
Discovered this while out running. Wish I'd been able to watch it finish. Moved out out of the ants and onto a tree though. SO FLUFFY!
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Robert Gilson 24h
Epipaschia superatalis (Dimorphic Macalla) feeding on Toxicodendron radicans (Poison Ivy) It seems amazing to me that anything would eat this plant . . .
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Hazera Forth Jun 21
Need ID for this moth among bark in one of my raised beds at allotment. I had dislodged a plank and it came out. Sorry, picture on mob magnifier app.
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Shannon ๐Ÿ”ฎ is drafting Jun 17
Itโ€™s season ๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿฆ‹ These lil buggers are still alive and thriving. My specimens are always found (having already passed), never killed ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป
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Paul Whatley Jun 18
Trying to I.D. this moth just found by neighbour on wheelie bin
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Kirkstallknob Jun 23
Can anybody identify this moth or butterfly ?
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