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Small Fan Footed Wave Moth

Idaea biselata


This very small moth, 23mm about the size of my thumb nail, was sitting on our garden table. They are distinguished by their size, the four black spots one on each part of its wings and dark waves and small spots bordering the edge of their wings. They are often seen resting as they are so small and fragile so they are unable to fly to far.

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Janice Parr
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Janice Parr

Aydın, Turkey

Spotted on Oct 10, 2012
Submitted on Oct 11, 2012

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