Image Description: This moth is warming up and gathering energy on a tree root; trying not to be eaten is hard work! Offering a distinct and striking color contrast, this photograph depicts a tiger moth, in particular. Usually tiger moths emerge in the spring and grow to have a wingspan of about two inches. Their larva is black on the ends and brown in the middle; there is a legend that says that the shorter the black end on a tiger moth found in autumn is, the shorter and milder the upcoming winter will be. The tiger moth gets its name thanks to the black and yellow stripes on its body and yellow dots on their wings.
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