Six-spot Burnet Moth

Six-spot burnet

Six-spot burnet

The adult six-spot burnet moth flies on hot, sunny days from June to August, and are attracted to a wide variety of flowers such as thistles, knapweed and scabious, as well as the larval food plants bird’s foot trefoil, Dorycnium, Coronilla and clover.

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