Tiger Moth

Swizerland 1954Czechoslovakia 1966Swizerland 1955Romania 1969
Garden Tiger Moth
Arctia caja
(Arctiidae)
Garden Tiger Moth
Arctia villica
(Arctiidae)
Garden Tiger Moth
Arctia flavia
(Arctiidae)
Tiger Moth
Pericallia matronula
(Arctiidae)
Czechoslovakia 1966Afganistan 1971Romania 1969Romania 1964
Scarlet Tiger Moth
Callimorpha dominula
(Arctiidae)
Tiger Moth
Callimorpha principalis
(Arctiidae)
Tiger Moth
Callimorpha quadripunctaria
(Arctiidae)
Ermine Moth
Rhypariodes metelkana
(Arctiidae)
British Indian Ocean Territory 1976Norfolk Island 1977Montserrat 1992Marshall Islands 2011
Crimson speckled Moth
Utetheisa pulchella
(Arctiidae)
Crimson speckled Moth
Utetheisa pulchelloides
(Arctiidae)
Bella Moth
Utetheisa bella
(Arctiidae)
Magpie Moth
Abraxas grossulariata
(Arctiidae)


Poland 2014 BRASS
Garden Tiger Moth
Arctia caja
(Arctiidae)

Black and White Tiger Moth
Spilosoma glatignyi
(Arctiidae)
(LEPIDOPTERA)


The friend of almost all Tiger Moth does massively and is hairy. The conspicuous color which often combined black, red, yellow, and orange is carried out, and it has become the warning to a foreign enemy. The friend of Ermine Moth is white or a light color, and has a small black spot. Eggs are laid to a eating plant top or the surroundings. Many of larvae of the department of Tiger Moth eat the vegetable matter of the large range. The larva of most kinds works at night. A larva is hairy and many kinds have poison for a potato, etc. because of eating the leaf of the plant containing a poisonous substance.

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