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GoldenRodBrindle ~ Ian Kimber

Golden-rod Brindle - Ian Kimber

The Golden-rod Brindle (Lithomoia solidaginis) is a species of moth in the Noctuidae family. This species is local in Britain, inhabiting upland moors, woodlands and scrubs in the northern half of Britain. This species is grey in colour, with a brown stripe on leading edge, and some darker arches near the outer edge. The oval is seperated into two, and the kidney mark is long and thin, both being whitish.

Golden-rod Brindle TL

When the Golden-rod Brindle is active

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