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Large birch bright - Taleporia tubulosa Meerdaalbos, Dec 2013. <br />
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  1. You must have great eyesight Posted 10 months ago
    1. Haha! I am short sighted actually, lots of miopy and a bit astigmatism in one eye. On top of that presbicia has hit me already and I have it for the last 5 years so not much so but this was in 2013 so yes, at 43 I still had a better eye sight than today :-) On the other hand these are a few cm long and you can see them here in many places in the winter/ The rest is done by the camera :-D Posted 10 months ago

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The large birch bright is a small nocturnal moth from the bagworm moth family. It is found locally in Europe, from southern Scotland, through west and central Europe, east up to Russia and the Balkans. In the north it is found in Fennoscandia. In mountainous areas it is found up to heights of 1,800 meters ASL.

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Jan 21, 2022. Captured Dec 1, 2013 16:11 in RM3C+CV Oud-Heverlee, Belgium.
  • SP-820UZ
  • f/3.7
  • 10/300s
  • ISO500
  • 5.7mm