Euplagia quadripunctaria (Poda, 1761)




Habitat
  • Damp scrub
  • Limestone hills
  • Rocky ravines
  • South-facing mountain slopes
  • Sunny mountainsides
  • Wet river valleys
52 - 65 mm
Արջաթիթեռ Հերա
Dörd nöqtəli ayıca
Papallona tigre
Přástevník kostivalový
Rhodos-bjørn
Russischer Bär
Spanische Fahne
Jersey Tiger
Calimorfa
Ecaille chinée
Aveņu lācītis
Baltajuostė meškutė
Csíkos medvelepke
Spaanse vlag
Krasopani hera
Spriadač kostihojový
črtasti medvedek
Vasamasiilikäs
Медведица четырехточечная

Primary host-plants

FamilyLatin nameVernacular name
BetulaceaeCorylusHazel
CaprifoliaceaeLoniceraHoneysuckle
FabaceaeCytisusBroom
LabiateaeLamiumDead-nettle
OnagraceaeEpilobiumWillowherb
RosaceaeRubusBramble
UrticaceaeUrtica dioicaStinging Nettle

Synonyms and other combinations

Panaxia quadripunctariaPoda, 1761
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