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Фенологические наблюдения и пр.
For Graham Collins and Surrey Moth Recording Scheme | Moths for ID #2 
22nd-Dec-2006 03:26 pm
The second batch contains Noctuids.

Is this Polymixis xanthomista? I got several of those, but the species is not in the 1997 Surrey list:
Update: Hecatera dysodea:


Hypena rostralis:


Of the look-alike daggers there was probably only one species throughout the year, the specimens look very similar to each other. Like this:


Mesapamea secalis/didyma:


Apamea scolopacina:


Mesoligia furuncula:


Oligia ?strigilis:


Oligia latrunculax3 ?
Update: Mesoligia ?furuncula:


Update: Oligia ?latruncula x2:




Diarsia sp. End of July:
Update: ?Xestia xanthographa:


Diarsia sp. End of September:
Update: ?Xestia xanthographa:


Unknown noctuid:
Update: ?Parastichtis ypsillon:


Paradrina clavipalpis? The commonest species of this group:
Update: Paradrina clavipalpis:


Caradrina morpheus:


Hoplodrina spp. These I can't positively identify.
Species #1:
Update: Hoplodrina ambigua:
5 June:


7 June:


Species #2:
Update: Hoplodrina alsines/blanda:
29 June:


27 June:


1 July:


13 July:


Species #3:
Update: Hoplodrina ambigua:
16 August:


21 September:


Thanks :)
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