cream-spot tiger moth (insect: moth)


The bright yellow underwings warn predators that it is distasteful to eat. The cream spots on its forewings help to camouflage it when it is at rest. This specimen was collected by C. W. Holcroft in June 1954 using a mercury vapour light.

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