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Not Lasiomma seminitidum
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Posted on 17-03-2020 14:06

Location: UK
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At the time I identified this as Lasiomma seminitidum but Martin Harvey pointed out that it has plumose antennae and on closer inspection of the photos it's clearly something else.


Male, swept off fading male Grey Sallow catkins, 16 Apr 2016, Moor Copse BBOWT Reserve, Berks, UK.

I've looked through Mike Ackland's genitalia drawings but can't see a match.

Many thanks for any pointers.
Malcolm Storey

(Two wings good, four wings better!)
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