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01353 viewsThis drawer contains some of Britain’s rarest butterflies.
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02120 viewsIn this drawer are the very rare Duke of burgundy, Marsh fritillary, Large blue, Adonis blue, and locally common Garden tiger, Crème spot tiger, Scarlet tiger, five and six spot burnets including an aberration or two.
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03103 viewsIn this section are the rare migrant Crimson speckled, ruby tiger five and six spot burnets.
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04101 viewsClearwings are not abundant and some are very rare. In this collection all of the British species are displayed.
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05101 viewsHere are some of the larger clearwing moths, foresters, and common cinnabar moths.
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06102 viewsEmeralds and mother shipton.
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07102 viewsForesters and small clearwings.
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08102 viewsHere is the whole drawer.
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09105 viewsIn this drawer are red and blue underwing moths and burnished brass moths.
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10109 viewsHere is a close up of the rare blue underwing and red underwing moths.
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11109 viewsGreen silver lines scarce burnished brass and common burnished brass.
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1297 viewsLappet, oak eggar, Drinker and Fox moths.
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