Mother Shipton (Callistege mi) is a day-flying moth from the Family Noctuidae. It is common in all of Polish mountain meadows that are sunny and full of wildflowers. Its wingspan is about 25 -30 mm. It flies in May and June, and the larvae feed mostly on Clover (Trifolium), Rumex, Vetches (Vicia), Burclover (Medicago) and Broom (Genista).
Spinners Nature Preserve - Czarnorzeki - June 08, 2008.
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