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MOTH CUT-OUTS

Brindled Beauty Lycia hirtaria Wingspan 40-45mm. A well-marked moth that appears in early spring. Wings have rounded tips and are held spread flat at rest. Adult is usually grey-brown, forewings with dark cross lines and stippling, and a yellowish-buff suffusion. Flies March–April. Larva feeds on deciduous trees. Widespread and locally common only in southern Britain.
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Brindled Beauty Lycia hirtaria Wingspan 40-45mm. A well-marked moth that appears in early spring. Wings have rounded tips and are held spread flat at rest. Adult is usually grey-brown, forewings with dark cross lines and stippling, and a yellowish-buff suffusion. Flies March–April. Larva feeds on deciduous trees. Widespread and locally common only in southern Britain.

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From gallery: MOTH CUT-OUTS
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Date: 28 Jan 2008
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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