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Figure of Eighty Tethea ocularis Length 24mm. An appropriately named moth which does indeed have markings on its wings that resemble the number 80. At rest, wings are held wrapped around body. Apart from the white number marking, adult’s forewings are grey-brown. Flies May–July. Larva feeds on Aspen and poplars. Locally common only in southern and central Britain.
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