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    Default Jersey Tiger Moth

    This is a day flying Moth and mainly in the Chanel isles Devon and Cornwall but is gradually spreading.
    Fairly large The adult wingspan is 5265 millimetres (2.02.6 in), and they fly from July to September, depending on the location
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    What a beautiful Moth, Beryl!

    Easy to see how it gets its name too!

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    Thank you.
    Yes with a 2 inch wing span they are quite big but you can still walk past and not notice because the markings look like twigs

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