Cumbria Day-Flying Moth Sightings: Ruby Tiger
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|Date||Species||Number||Site||Town||Grid Ref.||V. County||Recorder||Comment||Image|
|20 Jul 2020||Ruby Tiger||1||Kingstown Wildlife Pond area||Carlisle||NY39355879||VC70 Cumberland||Paul Kennedy|
|5 Mar 2020||Ruby Tiger||1||Rickerby Park||Carlisle||NY401568||VC70 Cumberland||Martin Keiller||Larva, starting to spin its pupation cocoon.|
|17 Oct 2019||Ruby Tiger||1||Rickerby Park||Carlisle||NY403570||VC70 Cumberland||Martin Keiller||Larva crossing path|
|29 Sep 2016||Ruby Tiger||1||Kingmoor North NR||Carlisle||NY385581||VC70 Cumberland||Paul Kennedy||Larva on the boardwalk.|
|31 Jul 2016||Ruby Tiger||1||Kingmoor North NR||Carlisle||NY386579||VC70 Cumberland||Paul Kennedy||Ginger-brown in colour - photo available.|