In reply to WendyBartter:
Never did find out H & now it's no longer with us ... RIP!
Next new incumbent I think is Cotoneaster Webworm (Athrips rancidella) bit of a pest so I read but will try to rear to see the timy Moth!
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Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
In reply to Noisette:
Have re-sized this one H ...
Was rolled up in Buddleia leaves but not pupating ... they make this feeding tent apparently, if it's what I think it is?? Have put Cotoneaster leaves in pot too!
Well our Moth book is finally out. It's for sale at the moment in the Natural History Museum at La Rochelle, but you have to go in person!! This is the link to the co-Authors site with a few photos of it so I can bask in the glory! LOL
It weighs in around 2,2 Kg & represents 5 years hard labour, with no time off for good behaviour. I'm now working on the update.
This beauty popped in a few nights ago
It's beauty is beyond belief, the texture is like velvet so you want to stroke it (the moth not the book)!
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