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  1. Unknown moth
  2. Micro's
  3. Unidentified micro moth.
  4. Moth Trapping Advice
  5. Moth ID please
  6. Inidentified Moths for ID please
  7. Hawk moth (I think) for ID please :-)
  8. Tachystola acroxantha?
  9. two Pugs for comments
  10. Moth News: Double whammy for Britain's moths
  11. Moth for ID please
  12. Unknown moth - ID help please
  13. Micro moth with orange head for ID
  14. A few moths for ID?
  15. Mystery moth
  16. Small day-flying moth for ID please
  17. caterpillar id help please
  18. Unknown micro moth - ID help please
  19. Distinctive S. Devon moth - but it's beaten me!
  20. Moths for ID please
  21. Tortrix sp for ID please.
  22. A couple more...........
  23. Another common quaker?
  24. Last night for confirmation
  25. Two for identification
  26. Moth for ID please
  27. Micro Moth I.D.
  28. Moth I.D. Check
  29. Unknown moth - ID help needed please
  30. Plume moths not in my book - why
  31. Moth News Early Spring 2013
  32. Too many moths....
  33. ID Help Please
  34. 3 moths ID
  35. Moth for ID please, possible Brimstone
  36. 2 pugs and a tiny bronze micro for ID
  37. Two moths for id please
  38. Moth ID (Portugal)
  39. Identification of this beauty please :)
  40. Micro moth ID please
  41. Moth ID please :)
  42. Noctuid Id help please
  43. Oak-tree Pug?
  44. Help with ID please
  45. UV moth trap
  46. ID req. Tiny 2mm moths in bird hide
  47. Bee moths in the attic...
  48. i.d. please
  49. Small Quaker?
  50. A plume but which?
  51. A Better Night Mothing
  52. It's pugs again!
  53. Moth ID please
  54. Which Pug is this?
  55. Surprise.
  56. Moth ID
  57. How moths hover ...
  58. REQ ID Micro moth
  59. Moth trap advice, please
  60. Oh dear, it's Pug time...
  61. Advice needed
  62. First moth photo of 2013 and I can't ID it
  63. Finally
  64. Moth News: Belted Beauties under threat
  65. Moths of the season Spring Quakers and Drabs, Part II
  66. Tineidae
  67. E7484 Moonlander moth trap with new Goodden GemLight
  68. elephant hawk moth
  69. Mompha subbstrigella? confirmation please!
  70. Possible Lasiocampidae (Eggar) larva for ID