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  1. Great shot :-D Posted one month ago
    1. Lovely species, me thinks ... like the hunch-back quality of the red cross bands :o) Posted one month ago
      1. Definitely. I love these little humpbacks :) Posted one month ago

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''Acrobasis tumidana'' is a moth of the family Pyralidae. It was described in 1775 by Michael Denis and Ignaz Schiffermüller and is found in Europe.

The wingspan is 19–24 mm. The moth flies in one generation from July to August..

The larvae feed on oak.

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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By Pudding4brains

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Uploaded Aug 3, 2019. Captured in Den Alerdinckweg 2A, 8055 PE Laag Zuthem, Netherlands.