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By Dennis.Alden  
Well the 20D has been repaired and the new 30D has been claimed by she who must be obeyed! The first thing I could find to test it out was this rather nondescript moth - anybody with an idea what it is? I found an image on the web of a July Belle that looked similar - but then found others claiming to be the same species that were quite different. It would seem that moths can be somewhat varied in their morphs!

1/250th @ f11
580EX providing the light

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: Ceciliat, Pogs, pcjackso and 7 more



pcjackso Junior Member 17 7
20 Jul 2006 9:19PM
Lovely Moth,nice detail,colour,like it
oldbiddy 17 4 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2006 9:36PM
Could be a Fanfoot or a Small Fanfoot, somebody out there will know I'm sure.

Ajack 17
20 Jul 2006 9:58PM
Very nice capture, Great detail and colour,
pamelajean Plus
17 1.8k 2283 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2006 10:45PM
Lovely detail, a nice picture even though the moth is "nondescript". It's a great ID shot, and I agree with fan-foot.
Dennis.Alden 21 71 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2006 7:19AM
thanks for the tentative ID Biddy & Pamela - I'll investigate further.

MickS 18 23 14 England
21 Jul 2006 9:53PM
Watcha Dennis,
nice capture of a bird pecked moth, guddun.
Don't know what it is, we have something like 3k types of moth and each one of them can be different according to area and pollution.

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