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Mint moth, Barbara Copperthwaite, Go Be Wild

I just had to share this photograph of a pretty day-flying moth called a Mint Moth. It is a tiny little thing, barely bigger than a thumbnail – as you can tell from the photograph of it hiding inside the trumpet-like bindweed flower. This cheeky fellow is busy eating my mint and thyme, and laying eggs on the underside of the leaves. But I don’t really mind, as I believe in share and share alike.


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