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Jersey tiger moth

The brightly coloured underwings of the Jersey tiger warn predators that it is distasteful to eat. Found in Devon and the Channel Islands. This specimen was collected by C. W....

Jersey tiger moth

The brightly coloured underwings of the Jersey tiger warn predators that it is distasteful to eat. Found in Devon and the Channel Islands. This specimen was collected by C. W....

Jersey tiger moth

The brightly coloured underwings of the Jersey tiger warn predators that it is distasteful to eat. Found in Devon and the Channel Islands. This specimen was collected by C. W....

Jersey tiger moth

The brightly coloured underwings of the Jersey tiger warn predators that it is distasteful to eat. Found in Devon and the Channel Islands. This specimen was collected by C W...

Scarlet tiger moth

The brightly coloured underwings of the scarlet tiger warn predators that it is distasteful to eat. The underwings in this species are occasionally yellow. This specimen was collected by C...

Cinnabar moth

Cinnabar moths are mostly nocturnal. Their larvae feed on ragwort. This specimen was collected in July 1969 by C. W. Holcroft using a mercury vapour lamp....

Black arches moth

This moth was collected by Alexander Baynes at Newton Ferrers in Devon in August 1960. Male black arches moths are often attracted to lights and are smaller than the females,...

Apollo butterfly

Apollo butterflies are vulnerable in the wild. This one was collected in the Burgos Province, Spain, and was collected by W. L. Coleridge....

Clearwing swallowtail

This male butterfly was collected in Cairns, Australia in 1970. The female’s colouring is less vivid than the male’s - the female is more pink than red....

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