Fire grid burnet
|Fire grid burnet|
This moth looks different from other burnets, mainly because of its colours. The common name of this moth refers to its fore wing pattern of black-edged, red bands on a metallic blue-green ground colour. The hind wing is pinkish red with a broad, marginal band of black. Males have hairs covering their head.
- David Carter. Eyewitness Handbooks on Butterflies and Moths 1995.
- Natural History Museum card index
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