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Old 26th September 2019
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Arrow 1 4 The Lepidopterists

Return of the behe-moth

A moth thought to have been extinct in Britain for 50 years has now been sighted around the country.

Well worth a read https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknew...id=mailsignout
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Re: 1 4 The Lepidopterists

Speaking as someone with a phobia of Moths and Butterflies I won't be looking forwards to encountering one unless I have a VERY long lens with me

interesting all same - thanks for sharing

for those who are brave enough to go looking for the beasts... try this https://butterfly-conservation.org/events

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Re: 1 4 The Lepidopterists

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Speaking as someone with a phobia of Moths and Butterflies I won't be looking forwards to encountering one unless I have a VERY long lens with me
I'm not that enthusiastic about spiders. I bear them no ill will, but would prefer that they go their spidery-way, I go mine, and our paths don't cross!

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