British Wildlife 06.4 April 1995

Identification – Tiger Moths

Tiger moths are boldly marked with patches of orange, red, black and brown, like the big cats from which they get their common name. There are six species resident in Britain. They are members of the family Arctiidae. The wing markings of the adults are so striking that they are unlikely to be confused with other British moths.

Wasteland or Oasis? The use of set-aside by breeding and wintering birds Twitcher in the Swamp
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