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THE BRITISH HAWK MOTHS
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THE MIGRANT HAWK MOTHS
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amongst attract Autumn band bark Bedstraw hawk Bee hawk birch body bred breeding Buff-tip butterflies caterpillars feed caterpillars hibernate cocoon colony Coxcomb Prominent crawl Cream-spot creature dark dots Dotted Border dusk edge eggs Elephant hawk entomologist female flowers food-plant fore-wings Garden Tiger Garden Tiger moth Gold Spot green grey greyish ground colour grow hair hatching haunt hawk moth heather hind hind-wings insect Jersey Tiger Kent Kentish larvae leaf leaves light Lime Linn look low-growing weed male markings migration moorland moth caterpillars Mullein Shark nectar night Northern Dart numbers Oleander pale patch Pebble Hook-tip Pine hawk pink plants Plusia Poplar hawk pupa pupate Purple Thorn purplish brown reddish rest Ruby Tiger sallow Scalloped Oak scent seen seldom shade Silver-ground Carpet SIX-SPOT BURNET species specimens Spring Spurge hawk stem Striped hawk Summer tail Tiger moth trunk tufts twig typical Willow Beauty wings Winter wood woodland yellow