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Subject: T Bug ?
Location: Lancaster U K
September 25, 2015 3:56 am
My daughter recently informed me of a bug that she had found on the garden fence , it had four legs and a possible two more that trailed behind its body . its main body shape formation was in the shape of a letter T . However , i am not sure if part of its body was wings.
I would be very grateful if you could inform me what it is
Many Thanks
Signature: Andrew Hogarth

Plume Moth

Plume Moth

Dear Andrew,
This is a Plume Moth in the family  Pterophoridae.  Like other insects, the Plume Moth actually has three pairs of legs, and the crossbar of the “T” is actually two pairs of wings.

 

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Lancaster, UK

One Response to Plume Moth from the UK

  1. Lanthuas says:

    I also found one of these, but funny is, that I found it on Budapest airport. I thought: WTF is this? Baby Boeing? 🙂

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