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It frequently rests on the ground in leaflitter, where it becomes virtually invisible. 54 WRONG PECKING ORDER left The tiny spots on the tail of this Uraniid moth, Cyphura pardata (NewÂ€Guinea), may well distract birds, which might otherwise peck at more vital parts of its body. The moth can then escape Disruptive even if its wing is slightly torn. wing pattern The main part of the wings shows a disruptive pattern when the insect is at rest. CITY MOTH, COUNTRY MOTH right Some years ago, it was realized that the city form of the Peppered moth, Biston betularius (Europe), had gradually changed from a light to a black color.
Feathery moth antenna DAY-FLYING BEAUTY left Male with scent tufts at tip of abdomen Among the most attractive of the tropical moth families is the Uraniidae. This day-flying Uraniid, Alcides aurora, with its feathery hind wing, is found in New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. 44 ABORIGINE FOOD above This Hepialid moth, Charagia mirabilis, comes from Australia. Hepialid caterpillars are collected and eaten by Australian aborigines. MOTH MIMIC The Pterothysanid moth, Hibrildes norax (Africa), flies by day and mimics a distasteful butterfly.
In the temperate areas of Europe, Asia and North America, a moth’s life cycle is synchronized with the spring MISNAMED MOTH above and summer months when there are plenty of Despite its name, the Salt-marsh moth, grasses and flowers. The greatest variety of Estigmene acrea, occurs in a variety of habitats throughout temperate moths are found during warm summer North America and Mexico. nights, when they can be seen at windows, or flying around some other source of light. On a moonlit night it may just be possible to see them sipping the nectar from flowers.
Eyewitness: Butterfly & Moth (Eyewitness Books) by Paul Whalley