Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet

Zygaena lonicerae ssp. latomarginata (54.009)

The narrow-bordered five-spot burnet is a widespread and common day-flying moth in Warwickshire. It occurs on grasslands associated with road and railway cuttings, woodland rides, and post-industrial brownfield sites such as quarries and spoil heaps. It is on the wing in June and July.

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