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Cinnabar Moth

(Tyria jacobaeae)

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Larvae of Cinnabar Moth

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! The larvae of the Cinnabar is poison for most birds. The larvae becomes poisoness by eating the leaves of stinking willies, which have lots of different alkaloids. - Catchwords given by the Photographer : Insekt Insekten Schmetterling Schmetterlinge Insecta Insect Insects Moth Moths Butterfly Butterflies Blutbär Blutbären jakobskraut-Bär Jakobskraut-Bären Jakobskrautbär Jakobskrautbären Raupe des Jakobskrautbär Larvae of Cinnabar Moth Cinnabar Moths Senecio jacobaea jakobs-Kreuzkraut Jakobskreuzkraut Jacobskreuzkraut Jacobs-Kreuzkraut Stinking Willie Tansy Ragwort Tansy Butterweed Cinnabar Moth-photo description info Cinnabar Moth characteristics Cinnabar Moths Tyria jacobaeae Cinnabar Moths-photos
Photographer : Gerd Rossen
Digital camera used : Nikon D2Xs + Tamron SP AF 180mm 3,5 Di LD IF MACRO
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