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Thursday, 10 March 2011

A Moth of Letters

Yesterday this very learned and well-read insect paid us a visit.


I have no idea what her proper Latin name is but I'm sure it starts with Prof. She certainly has a lovely funny moth-face with fine and elegant antennea. Quite small - about 1.8cm long.


After the photo session I took Prof. Moth out to the garden and encouraged her onto some wood which was more suited to her lovely camouflage outfit than our vintage letter-holder.

2 comments:

  1. Yes, it's Anomis flava. Nice to find a well-read insect!
    DR

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  2. Wonderful to be able to put a name to that face :-)

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