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Twenty years ago, the Small Ranunculus moth was considered extinct in this country. Its fortunes have revived considerably - here is the larva feeding in full view by the side of the river in the centre of Bath.
Some cracking moths there, Matsukaze, especially the Pink Barred Sallow and, of course, the Snout, which does indeed resemble one of the more advanced combat aircraft in the world....perhaps we are learning from nature as we evolve!
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