Small, but a Beauty

small brindled beautyNot much to report from today as I was away at a meeting of the New Forest Non-Native Plants Forum, but the moth trap was run and along with the common Quaker and clouded drab there was a single small brindled beauty. The feathered antennae are used by the males to detect the pheromones released by the females.

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