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Not sure, Steve. It doesn't leap out at me as being Pearly Underwing (I'd have thought Turnip more likely) but let's see what others think.
Can we get a view of the hindwings?
It doesn't appear to have the thoracic crest of Pearly underwing.
Went out to the trap - I usually leave it partially uncovered - and it had gone. However, my first instinct this morning when I turned over the tray was Turnip as a genuine Turnip was on the same tray with it. It was only when I had a closer look that I realised that I could'nt make any real markings out. Looking back I think that the sizes and look were so similar that I'm leaning towards a Turnip and that's how I will record it.Thanks all for your input.
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