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Old 09-05-17, 01:41 PM
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I saw several swarms of this day flying moth on Sunday at the Wyre Forest! The Longhorns have distinctive, very long, antennae, with the males possessing the longest.

I believe this species of Longhorn is Adela reaumurella
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I saw several swarms of this day flying moth on Sunday at the Wyre Forest! The Longhorns have distinctive, very long, antennae, with the males possessing the longest.

I believe this species of Longhorn is Adela reaumurella
Never seen on of those before, that what I like about Butterflies and Moths, something newto see.
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Nice to have another string to your bow Martin!
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