Every so often as we attend insect fayres year in year out something very special happens, those of us poor souls who want everything but can afford nothing happen to be in the right place at the right time and get the opportunity to obtain something we had resigned to dreamland, we know that the chances are nil but patience is a virtue so you never know, yesterday for me was one such day.
One exciting find also as I was looking through some papered African material was the discovery of 9 specimens of Aeropetes tulbaghia in fantastic condition, I kept 3 males and 2 females and my friend 2 pairs, pictures to follow when they are set
Last Edit: Dec 3, 2018 14:23:12 GMT by Adam Cotton: typo
That's a pity. Is there anything on the label that could identify the original collection, such as handwritten date or unusual typeface? Someone may at least recognise the provenance of the specimen if the label is distinctive.
We shouldn't really add a guesstimate based solely on appearance to any data label, so leave it as it is.