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Hello Pete, I've been a member of this site for less than 2 hours but I stumbled on your photos which led me here. You seem to need ID's on your butterflies/moths. Can I suggest you try the web site iSpot (http://www.ispot.org.uk). It is a great site dedicated to the identification of all thing 'Nature' There's a good chance of getting an ID fairly quickly. I can recommend it.
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Sorry Pete, only just stumbled in on this thread....Been out all day and in the galleries for the last hour or so.
First one for me is a False Mallow, with the 2nd as Karen states being a Mint Moth....
Hey I got here in the end.....I'm not very well you know
If you get stuck again, try UK Moths Short of that and if I'm around you could always PM me and wait for an answer...
many thanks - I'll give it a try. I do find identifying these things something of a challenge.
your post crossed mine..
I do have some more moths, but will be trying them out later. One is evidently a Carpet Moth but is brown..another, well, I don't know.
Interesting on the False Mallow - I do have a few other pictures of possibly the same / a similar butterfly - but it's a question of the one-a day-limit, was it really the same individual and so on.
It'll take me a while to find the pictures (I don't have a filing system, just date and failing memory), but perhaps I can post them on this thread.
added - possibly the same individual as the Mallow / Fasle Mallow skipper, but somewhat more battered and taken a week or so later:
I'll put you in my connections page Pete, I'll then be sure to find them sooner or later.....All insects interest me, but moths have turned into a bit of a passion of mine.
Before anyone else say's it.....I know I'm an anorak
Glad to be of help. I've been a member of the site for a while (under another username!)and there are a good number of experts in the invertebrates category. I, unfortunately dropped my camera in the river last week (a Fuji finepix S3200) and am now looking to upgrade to something a little better. Because I am without a camera at the moment, I don't look at it too much now but I'd love to know how you get on. Would you let me know? (Just one thing; the emphasis is on UK species observations but there are often posts of obs. from Europe and further afield. I do know that ispot have region-specific sites e.g South Africa etc. but I don't know if there is one for France. Perhaps you could look into that
Quote: I'll put you in my connections page Pete, I'll then be sure to find them sooner or later.....All insects interest me, but moths have turned into a bit of a passion of mine.
Before anyone else say's it.....I know I'm an anorak..
Many thanks. Anoraks are normal, it's just the rest of the world that's a bit odd
Moths, yes I think that's probably the next phase for me, but I'm struggling with them at the moment - such tricky things to photograph and tbh I'm not really sure that my equipment (and possibly my technique, but blaming equipment is easier) is up to it.
Read some of the comments on the images in my p/f mate, you might find out a few secrets you can use for yourself
Quote: Read some of the comments on the images in my p/f mate, you might find out a few secrets you can use for yourself
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