Saturday, 2 April 2011

Micro's for i.d.

any ideas on this one, wingspan 27mm


this one was slightly smaller with a wingspan on 25mm

please note the wing posture, is this a useful i.d. feature, thanks for taking the trouble to look at these Martyn

2 comments:

AndyC said...

I reckon there both 1524 Emmelina monodactyla .....

AndyC said...

British Moths and Butterflies a photographic guide by Chris Manley is a useful aid when starting with micros it puts them into familys then you can cross reference with UKmoths website....the T shaped moths are called plume moths and all are this distinctive shape...