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Colin says: The Cinnabar Moth. (Tyria jacobaeae (Linnaeus, 1758)) Wingspan 32-42 mm. Resembling no other British species, except perhaps the burnets (Zygaenidae), this is a fairly common moth in much of Britain. It is generally nocturnal, but is quite often disturbed during the day from long grass, low herbage etc. At night, it comes to light.
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