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Arctia - Wikipedia

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  • Arctia is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. Therein, it belongs to the subtribe Arctiina in the tribe Arctiini in the subfamily Arctiinae. It is the type genus of all these Arcti- taxa. Species are well distributed throughout North America, Palearctic, India, and Sri Lanka.
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Insecta

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  • Arctia is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. Therein, it belongs to the subtribe Arctiina in the tribe Arctiini in the subfamily Arctiinae. It is the type genus of all these Arcti- taxa. Species are well distributed throughout North America, Palearctic, India, and Sri Lanka.

Schrank

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  • Arctia is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. Therein, it belongs to the subtribe Arctiina in the tribe Arctiini in the subfamily Arctiinae. It is the type genus of all these Arcti- taxa. Species are well distributed throughout North America, Palearctic, India, and Sri Lanka.

Erebidae

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  • Arctia is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. Therein, it belongs to the subtribe Arctiina in the tribe Arctiini in the subfamily Arctiinae. It is the type genus of all these Arcti- taxa. Species are well distributed throughout North America, Palearctic, India, and Sri Lanka.

Animalia

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  • Arctia is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. Therein, it belongs to the subtribe Arctiina in the tribe Arctiini in the subfamily Arctiinae. It is the type genus of all these Arcti- taxa. Species are well distributed throughout North America, Palearctic, India, and Sri Lanka.

Description

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  • Arctia is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. Therein, it belongs to the subtribe Arctiina in the tribe Arctiini in the subfamily Arctiinae. It is the type genus of all these Arcti- taxa. Species are well distributed throughout North America, Palearctic, India, and Sri Lanka.
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Species

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  • Arctia is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. Therein, it belongs to the subtribe Arctiina in the tribe Arctiini in the subfamily Arctiinae. It is the type genus of all these Arcti- taxa. Species are well distributed throughout North America, Palearctic, India, and Sri Lanka.
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Arctia (company) - Wikipedia

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  • Arctia Oy is Finnish state-owned company responsible for operating a Finnish icebreaker fleet. The company was established as Arctia Shipping Oy in 2010 …
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Helsinki

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  • Arctia Oy is Finnish state-owned company responsible for operating a Finnish icebreaker fleet. The company was established as Arctia Shipping Oy in 2010 …

Icebreaking

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  • Arctia Oy is Finnish state-owned company responsible for operating a Finnish icebreaker fleet. The company was established as Arctia Shipping Oy in 2010 …

History

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  • Arctia Oy is Finnish state-owned company responsible for operating a Finnish icebreaker fleet. The company was established as Arctia Shipping Oy in 2010 …
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Fleet

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  • Arctia Oy is Finnish state-owned company responsible for operating a Finnish icebreaker fleet. The company was established as Arctia Shipping Oy in 2010 …
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Garden tiger moth - Wikipedia

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .
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Insecta

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .

Lepidoptera

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .

Animalia

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .

Euarthropoda

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .

Description

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .
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Geographic range

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .
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Habitat

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .
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Food resources

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctia_caja#Food_resources
  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .
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Life cycle

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .
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Enemies

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  • The garden tiger moth or great tiger moth (Arctia caja) is a moth of the family Erebidae. Arctia caja is a northern species found in the US , Canada , and Europe . [3] [4] The moth prefers cold climates with temperate seasonality, as the larvae overwinter, [3] and preferentially chooses host plants that produce pyrrolizidine alkaloids .
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Björn Lindell – Björn Lindell Photography

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  • Björn Lindell Photography. “Seeing better pictures is the first step toward taking better pictures” – Bernard Quint
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Arctia - Wikispecies

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  • Familia: Erebidae Subfamilia: Arctiinae Tribus: Arctiini Subtribus: Arctiina Genus: Arctia Actia caja species group: []. Species: A. brachyptera – A. caja – A ...
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Arcata - Official Site

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  • Arcata City Council approved a community reward program for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the homicide of David Josiah Lawson. Anyone with information is urged to call APD at 707-822-2428 or 707-822-2424.
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Epicallia villica - Wikipedia

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  • Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms; Arctia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Arctia villica meridionalis (Heinrich, 1923) Chelonia villica corsica (Oberthür, 1911) Chelonia villica nicaeensis (Oberthür, 1911) Phalaena bombyx vidua (Poda, 1761) Epicallia villica, the cream-spot tiger, is a …
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Description

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  • Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms; Arctia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Arctia villica meridionalis (Heinrich, 1923) Chelonia villica corsica (Oberthür, 1911) Chelonia villica nicaeensis (Oberthür, 1911) Phalaena bombyx vidua (Poda, 1761) Epicallia villica, the cream-spot tiger, is a …
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Behaviour

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  • Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms; Arctia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Arctia villica meridionalis (Heinrich, 1923) Chelonia villica corsica (Oberthür, 1911) Chelonia villica nicaeensis (Oberthür, 1911) Phalaena bombyx vidua (Poda, 1761) Epicallia villica, the cream-spot tiger, is a …
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Habitat

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  • Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms; Arctia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Arctia villica meridionalis (Heinrich, 1923) Chelonia villica corsica (Oberthür, 1911) Chelonia villica nicaeensis (Oberthür, 1911) Phalaena bombyx vidua (Poda, 1761) Epicallia villica, the cream-spot tiger, is a …
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Subspecies

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epicallia_villica#Subspecies
  • Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms; Arctia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Arctia villica meridionalis (Heinrich, 1923) Chelonia villica corsica (Oberthür, 1911) Chelonia villica nicaeensis (Oberthür, 1911) Phalaena bombyx vidua (Poda, 1761) Epicallia villica, the cream-spot tiger, is a …
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Philately

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epicallia_villica#Philately
  • Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms; Arctia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Arctia villica meridionalis (Heinrich, 1923) Chelonia villica corsica (Oberthür, 1911) Chelonia villica nicaeensis (Oberthür, 1911) Phalaena bombyx vidua (Poda, 1761) Epicallia villica, the cream-spot tiger, is a …
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Gallery

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  • Epicallia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms; Arctia villica (Linnaeus, 1758) Arctia villica meridionalis (Heinrich, 1923) Chelonia villica corsica (Oberthür, 1911) Chelonia villica nicaeensis (Oberthür, 1911) Phalaena bombyx vidua (Poda, 1761) Epicallia villica, the cream-spot tiger, is a …
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Arctiina - Wikipedia

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  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.
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Insecta

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  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.

Animalia

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  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.

Erebidae

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  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.

Euarthropoda

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  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.

Taxonomy

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctiina#Taxonomy
  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.
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Genera

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  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.
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Other genera that ...

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  • The original subfamilies were lowered to tribes, and the original tribe Arctiini was lowered to subtribe status as Arctiina. Thus the name "Arctiini" used to refer to the subtribe that is the topic of this article, but now that name refers to the tribe that includes this subtribe.
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Arctic - Wikipedia

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  • Arctic vegetation is composed of plants such as dwarf shrubs, graminoids, herbs, lichens, and mosses, which all grow relatively close to the ground, forming tundra.An example of a dwarf shrub is the Bearberry.As one moves northward, the amount of warmth …
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Definition and etymology

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic#Definition_and_etymology
  • Arctic vegetation is composed of plants such as dwarf shrubs, graminoids, herbs, lichens, and mosses, which all grow relatively close to the ground, forming tundra.An example of a dwarf shrub is the Bearberry.As one moves northward, the amount of warmth …
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Climate

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic#Climate
  • Arctic vegetation is composed of plants such as dwarf shrubs, graminoids, herbs, lichens, and mosses, which all grow relatively close to the ground, forming tundra.An example of a dwarf shrub is the Bearberry.As one moves northward, the amount of warmth …
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Flora and fauna

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic#Flora_and_fauna
  • Arctic vegetation is composed of plants such as dwarf shrubs, graminoids, herbs, lichens, and mosses, which all grow relatively close to the ground, forming tundra.An example of a dwarf shrub is the Bearberry.As one moves northward, the amount of warmth …
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Natural resources

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic#Natural_resources
  • Arctic vegetation is composed of plants such as dwarf shrubs, graminoids, herbs, lichens, and mosses, which all grow relatively close to the ground, forming tundra.An example of a dwarf shrub is the Bearberry.As one moves northward, the amount of warmth …
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