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Moth Photos From Kelling Heath & Wells Woods; Photos added 24th January.
Topic Started: Dec 11 2017, 05:05 PM (385 Views)
Davebutterflyman
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Finally getting around to posting some of the autumnal moths trapped in Norfolk during October, starting off with species caught on Kelling Heath.

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Pine Carpet.

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Chestnut.

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Light Emerald.

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Mallow.

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Green-brindled Crescent.

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Mottled Umber.

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Caloptilia betulicola/elongella.

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Vines Rustic.

More soon....

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AnnB
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Fantastic Moth photos, Dave.
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Night Owl
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Wonderful sightings and photos Dave the Green-brindled Crescent is a beauty :greatpics:
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Pam M
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Beautiful sightings & photos Dave, apart from 2 all new to me :Hi:
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celticsparrow-Jan
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Lovely photos of them all Dave,number 8 is a very unusual looking one :cool3:
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Eric Hardy
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What super photos Dave, you managed to capture some great specimens on your Kelling Heath trip.

What a curious creature is the Caloptilia betulicola/elongella.
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Davebutterflyman
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Many thanks everyone.

Yes, they have an unusual resting aspect Eric.
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Davebutterflyman
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Some more from Kelling and Wells.

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Green-brindled Crescent.

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Black Rustic.

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Merveille-du-jour

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Yellow-line Quaker.

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Barred Sallow.

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Feathered Thorn.
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Jane
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I love the Green-brindled Crescent and Merveille-du-jour. What marvelous names! :greatpics:
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Pam M
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Wonderful colours Dave, fantastic finds :Hi:
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Night Owl
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Fantastic photos Dave the colours show up beautifully on those backgrounds :yes: The Merveille-du-jour and Green-brindled Crescent are stunning :greatpics:
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AnnB
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Fantastic Moth photos, Dave. I like the Black Rustic.
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Davebutterflyman
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Many thanks everyone.
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Davebutterflyman
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A few more.

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Autumnal moth agg.

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Grey Pine Carpet.

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Pink-barred Sallow.

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Red-line Quaker.

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Spruce Carpet.

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Chestnut.

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Rosy Rustic.

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Large Wainscot.

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Brindled Green.
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AnnB
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Fantastic photos Dave, that Chestnut is a glorious colour.
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Ann.
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Night Owl
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Fantastic sightings and photos Dave the Pink-barred Sallow is perfectly camouflaged for autumn :greatpics:
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Julie.
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Grayling
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Great selection of moth photos Dave - some lovely colours.

The Mallow is a new one on me.

:greatpics:
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Davebutterflyman
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Thanks Grayling.

More usually found in wooded areas and not overly common.
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