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ooooooh!I would love that, I have collected some beautiful butterflies, moths and bugs. We all miss you here.Lots of loveLilyxx
Yes, I thought of you, Lily, when I saw this moth. It was enormous, about 7cm across.xx
Wow! Mine aren't that impressive but I think they're beautiful.Love Lily
I have identified the moth as the brown form of the Lime Hawk-moth Mimas tiliaeIt flies in May and June, and is often attracted by light.You can see images of the green form athttp://ukmoths.org.uk/show.php?id=1872You might be interested, Lily.Sometimes at my place big moths beat their wings against the window pane trying to come to the light inside.
Wow Sally. How did you figure that out? It makes sense that this is a Lime moth. Outside my flat there are two lime trees and a silver birch, apparently this moth's favourite habitat. But I have never seen one until now.
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