Saturday, 27 September 2014

Hypsopygia glaucinalis?

hi, I think this is a first timer for me, a bit old but I think identifiable as Hypsopygia glaucinalis?

Mark Griffiths, Garsington, Oxford


  1. They seem to be having quite a significant second brood locally. I'm finding them regularly wherever I trap just at the moment. A smart moth (...when fresh). Like Hypsopygia costalis, it has two different resting positions and to my mind looks even smarter when the wings are held out geometer-style!


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