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Oak Eggar

Insecta (Insects)
Family: Lasiocampidae
Above Dan y darren quarry
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From The UK Moths website:

"The Oak Eggar, despite its name, does not feed on Oak, but is so-called because the shape of its cocoon is acorn-like. The foodplants are mainly heather (Calluna) and bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus), but also include bramble (Rubus), Sallows (Salix), broom (Cytisus scoparius), sloe (Prunus spinosa), hawthorn (Crataegus), hazel (Corylus) and Sea-buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides)."
08 August 2012
Category: The animal kingdom

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Photographer: J R Crellin

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08/08/2012 15:06:50
1/100 sec - F/14
Lens: 105mm f/2.8 G VR
Sensitivity: ISO 400
Exp. compensation: -1 EV
Depth of field: 0.01 m (0.37 - 0.38)
Light value: 12.3

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