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Caterpillar - Moth - Oak Eggar

Observed: 2nd June 2013 By: PerdikaPerdika’s reputation in InvertebratesPerdika’s reputation in InvertebratesPerdika’s reputation in Invertebrates
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No interactions present.

Species with which Oak Eggar (Lasiocampa quercus) interacts

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UK Moths say

Formerly, northern populations with a two-year cycle were given sub-specific status as the Northern eggar (Lasiocampa quercus callunae), but the situation is not as clear-cut as previously thought.

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For Ron Elliot

Hi Ron, as an expert are you saying the Northern Eggar no longer exists. It's just for my (and others) information as I was not aware of it. Thanks Chris.