Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Golden-rod Pug

We believe this moth to be a Golden-rod Pug [FW 10mm] but would value a second opinion.  It was trapped this last weekend [night of 1st June] in a garden in Aberystwyth. Noteworthy were the white thoracic crest, the large oval discal spot [with also a discal spot on the hind wing], black chequered veins and  a whitish tornal spot together with the right flight period.




There was also this rather attractive Yellow-barred Brindle.






Carolyn & Evan

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