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A moth in two halves. At first I thought the light was making this little moth look like a two colour moth.  However even from different angles it was the same effect.  Unfortunately the moth flew from the wall into a wall lamp.  Bi-coloured moth,Geotagged,Long Stratton,Norfolk,United Kingdom Click/tap to enlarge

A moth in two halves.

At first I thought the light was making this little moth look like a two colour moth. However even from different angles it was the same effect. Unfortunately the moth flew from the wall into a wall lamp.

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  1. Pretty moth! Perhaps Idaea rusticata? Posted one year ago

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Uploaded Aug 14, 2020. Captured in 26 St Michael's Rd, Long Stratton, Norwich NR15 2PH, UK.