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That's a silver Y joe, if you look at the top pic you can even see the Y. You won't see privet hawkmoths on lilies in the day time.
That's a privet hawkmoth, a much more impressive beast
Wow! That's something else! A bit like the death's head with that head marking.
Gilly just saw your post re the hummingbird h. moth. I've seen pix of them before but didn't realise they were so small!
Now that one is HUGE nut!!!! Can't say I've ever seen one of those- would probably pass out if I did!
I expect, like butterflies, we have different ones in the regions we're in, so maybe I won't see one...
they are impressive Fg
Just clicked onyour avatar to see where you lived and what moths you might get Fg. Got my own details displayed, same when I tried others.
How strange Nut, I just clicked on yours and got my own come up
You could have a look on The Map!
Never thought of the map Dove
My friend told me how he saw the huming bird hawk moth
in norfolk on the common pink/ red valarian!
that's not far away from me. i await their arrival
Today's moth (last night's) is the elephant hawkmoth
Deep envy from us Nut!
We must try setting up a moth trap here sometime and see what we find
You would be as amazed as we were first time round Dove