ruby tiger moth (insect: moth)


The brightly coloured underwings warn predators that this moth is distasteful to eat, though in northern England the wings may be entirely grey. This specimen was collected by Mr. Vaughton between 1800 and 1880 in Whiston, Shropshire.

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