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 Post subject: At last a few micros
PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 8:50 am 

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5 species including one that got away and looked really interesting! Another Pseudoswammerdami combinella was nice, plus two Epinotia immundana (an Alder feeder) and a Diamond-back moth. Also a tiny prettily marked Phyllonoricter which was disturbed by a fly so I only got one poor photo (not shown here - too embarrassing!)

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