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This is a very pretty little moth called The Hebrew (Polygrammate hebraeicum). I like the markings on this one because it looks like a smiley face.

Insectra 8 June 8
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Isn't this the species who's famous for adapting to the industrial revolution? Fitting in with soot adorned trees, and so forth?

It's similar in appearance to the light form of that moth, the peppered moth (Biston betularia), but not the same species.

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I see it!! Pretty little Noctuid

Leafhead Level 8 June 8, 2018
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Very pretty indeed.

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... & i'm grinning back unashamedly 🙂

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