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horehound long-horn moth

Horehound Long-horn Moth Nemophora fasciella

A scarce species, distributed mainly in the south and south-east of England They adults have bronzy forewings with a central purplish fascia, and the males have long silvery-white antennae, black at the base. The females have shorter, blackish antennae with white at the tips. Image: Martin Cooper (Flickr).

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