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Moth Screening Thread 2017
Topic Started: Dec 31 2016, 08:07 PM (4,082 Views)
Davebutterflyman
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Place all your screenings here.
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earthdragon64
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Pale Brindled Beauty

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Davebutterflyman
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Great to add Audrey.
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Grayling
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Are these any good to add?

Common Quaker

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Hebrew Character

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Davebutterflyman
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Both great to add Grayling.
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Grayling
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:Cool:
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Davebutterflyman
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At least things are picking up a bit, i thought we were going to start March on just 3 species which would have been a bit of a disaster.
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Geoff F
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Fox Moth caterpillar

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Davebutterflyman
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Great to add Geoff.
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Grayling
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Are any of these OK to add?

Acleris notana

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Diurnea fagella

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Twin-spotted Quaker

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Double-striped Pug

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Oak Nycteoline

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Davebutterflyman
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All great to add Grayling

The first one will have to be labelled as Acleris ferrugana/notana as they can only be separated by gen.det.

Great set of photos.
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Grayling
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Thanks Dave and I will do that for the first one :Cool:
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Grayling. I'll also start the list off.
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Davebutterflyman
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Just to let you know that i have started the moth list.
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Pam M
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Hi Dave, not sure if these are good enough?

Small Quaker (I think!)

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Common Plume

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Davebutterflyman
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Hi Pam.

Both great to add.
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Pam M
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:) Will do
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Pam.
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Alice Mary
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Early tooth-striped :-)
How do I know the species number?
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JennyWren
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:hi1: morning Alice . Dave will help you in a short while with a link .. the numbers usually follow on from the last species entered on the screen
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