Ectropis crepuscularia

Irish status: Common Locally

Small Engrailed - and Engrailed moths are of the same family and considered to be the same species. They fly in two generations from March to April and again in July and August. Common in Ireland and the UK. The wingspan is 30-40 mm and is attracted to light. Photographed in Co. Leitrim Ireland.

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