Modesty in moths

The garden MV went out even though the skies were clearing and the temperature was dropping. It was hardly a trap leaping with moths this morning, although a reasonable cross-section of early spring species were present, including Twin-spotted Quaker (top) and Small Quaker (above). I like Small Quakers - there is something about their modest looks and diminutive stature that I can sympathise with...


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