This interestingly named moth, setaceous hebrew character, Xestia c-nigrum, was first shown to me by Guernsey moth expert, Richmond Austin while emptying the moth trap he maintains. The forewing pattern is so characteristic that it would be difficult to confuse with another moth. This specimen entered a moth trap I set under an apple tree in my garden in St. Peter Port, Guernsey on 7 September 2008.
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Sealord photography's biodiversity images began with a focus on international commercial seafood species and the marine life of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, Great Britain.
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