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1906 Brimstone Moth Opisthograptis luteolata

Brief Description: The primarily yellow Brimstone Moth can be encountered spring and summer at light and on warm sunny days when it is easily disturbed from vegetation. Associated with various shrubs but found in a wide array of habitats from scrubby grassland, through woodland to urban gardens.

Confusion Species: None

Comments: Common at light. Occasionally recorded outside the normal flight period.

Additional information

Donegal Moths
Butterflies and Moths of Northern Ireland

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