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|Common Name||Lesser Swallow Prominent|
|Scientific Name||Pheosia gnoma|
|Related Species||Kitten, Prominent and Tussock moths|
Associated with birch trees so often found near heaths and light scrub where these trees grow.
Contributors to the Nature of Dorset have seen this species at these locations:
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|Record Date||Recorded at||Recorded by||Tweet|
|11/08/2017 - 15:53||Verwood Area||Mark Andrews||It's not every day you get a Lesser Swallow Prominent on your hosepipe.... #teammoth https://t.co/Q1QlQKsqm2|
|28/08/2017 - 17:19||Upwey and Broadwey Area||Paul Harris||Lesser Swallow Prominent from the trap today. I get lots of Swallow Prominent (20 one night) but this species is aâ¦ https://t.co/87HzMeRfA8|