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CALLIMORPHA QUADRIPUNCTARIA PDF

Species of community interest listed in the Habitat Directive 92/43 EEC under annex II as priority species. Callimorpha quadripunctaria. Calliomorpha quadripunctaria. Type: Priority Habitats Directive species. Habitat requirements: the edge of woods, clearings and. Media. Image of Callimorpha quadripunctaria. Callimorpha quadripunctaria Unreviewed. Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike ( CC.

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Jersey tiger, Russian tiger Callimorpha quadripunctaria, Euplagia quadripunctariaimago on wuadripunctaria, Germany. Jersey tiger, Russian tiger Callimorpha quadripunctaria, Euplagia quadripunctariacaterpillar on leaf, Germany. Search stock photos by tags aboveadultangleanimalanimalsarctiidaebutterfliesbutterflycentralcloseclosedcloseupclose-upermineeuplagia quadripunctariaeuropeeuropeanfaunafoldedfootmanformatfromfullfull-lengthgermangermanyhighhorizontalimaginesimagoimago on leafimagoscallkmorphainsectsjersey tigerleaflengthlepidopterancallimlrphamacromothmothsnatureononephotographyportraitportraitsquadripunctariarussianrussian tiger callimorphashotshotssinglesitssittingquadripunctraiatigermothtigermothstopupviewwagnerwildwildlifewings.

Euplagia quadripunctaria Poda Lepidoptera and their ecology. Aside from being frequent in the Channel Islands whence its common name comesthis species was rarely seen in the British Isles in Victorian times.

European Lepidoptera and their ecology: Callimorpha quadripunctaria

Callimorpha quadripunctaria is locally endangered due to the decline of suitable habitat dense afforestation, leveling, housing developments. The larva lives much more hidden than those of Callimorpha dominula.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. From Callimoroha, the free encyclopedia. Callimorpha quadripunctaria is known from the so-called Valley of Butterflies in Rhodes Greecewhere numerous butterflies meet for aestivation. This valley was therefore quickly turned into a tourist attraction with all necessary infrastructure.

Callimorpha quadripunctaria

There would be truly more appropriate species for the creation of protection zones. If is associated with an Alamy account you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to reset your password. Euplagia quadrippunctariathe Jersey tigeris a day-flying moth of the family Erebidae. Wikispecies has information related to Euplagia quadripunctaria. The larvae caterpillars are polyphagous, feeding from September to May on nettles Urtica and raspberries Rubus[2] dandelion Taraxacumwhite deadnettle Lamiumground ivy Glechomagroundsel Senecioplantain Plantagoborage Boragolettuce Lactuca[3] and hemp-agrimony Qudaripunctaria.

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The caterpillars are polyphagous, but prefer Boraginaceae such as Echium or Lithospermum, if available. Search stock photos by tags aboveangleanimalanimalsarctiidaebutterfliesbutterflycaterpillarcaterpillar on leafcaterpillarscentralclosecloseupclose-upermineeuplagia quadripunctariaeuropeeuropeanfaunafootmanformatfromfullfull-lengthgermangermanyhairshairyhighhorizontalinsectinsectsjersey tigerlarvalarvaelarvallengthlepidopteralepidopteranlepidopteransmothmothsnatureonepatternportraitportraitsquadripunctariarussianrussian tiger callimorphasinglestagestripstripestripedstripedpatternstriped-patternstripepatternstripe-patternteiglertigertigermothtigermothstigerstopupviewwildwildlife.

Callimorpha quadripunctaria Poda, Host plants: Callimorpha quadripunctaria hibernates as a caterpillar and is mature in May or early June. Genera Arctiidae A – F. Germany Jersey tiger, Russian tiger Callimorpha quadripunctaria, Euplagia quadripunctariaon flowering bonesets, Germany Jersey tiger, Russian tiger Callimorpha quadripunctaria, Euplagia quadripunctariaimago on leaf, Germany Jersey Tiger Moth, Russian Tiger Moth Euplagia quadripunctariamoth on flowers. This page was last edited on 14 Augustat The adult wingspan is 52—65 millimetres 2.

Password Forgotten your password? Germany Jersey tiger, Russian tiger Callimorpha quadripunctaria, Vallimorpha quadripunctariaon flowering bonesets, Germany Jersey tiger, Russian tiger Callimorpha quadripunctaria, Euplagia quadripunctariaimago on leaf, Germany Jersey Tiger Moth, Russian Tiger Moth Euplagia quadripunctariamoth on flowers. Jersey tiger Scientific classification Kingdom: If is associated with an Alamy account you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to reset your password.

Callimorpha quadripunctaria

But it is still relatively common in appropriate landscapes. Password Forgotten your password? The comparison species Callimorpha dominula needs instead more cool, moist conditions. For no apparent reason, Callimorpha quadripunctaria was included in the habitats list of the European Union.

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Callimorpha quadripunctaria is characteristic of clear, alternating wet and dry or general dry forests with flower-rich transition zones thistles, Origanum vulgare, Eupatorium cannabinum and also of bushy, rocky slopes bordering deciduous forest heat-loving species.

Germany Jersey tiger, Russian tiger Callimorpha quadripunctaria, Euplagia quadripunctariaimago on leaf, Germany. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Euplagia quadripunctaria is widely distributed in Europe from Estonia and Latvia in the north to the Mediterranean coast and islands in the south.

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Views Read Edit View history. Individuals are known to migrate northwards from their regular breeding grounds during the summer. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Euplagia quadripunctaria.

Large groups of adults of subspecies E. I found caterpillars concealed in the vegetation around eaten Lithospermum and Echium an others in bushy, partly abandoned dry calcareous grasslands at forest edges.