Beautiful moth species, new for the Netherlands


Eublemma purpurina, photo by Henk WagenaarOn 5 June 2015, a moth species, new for the Netherlands, was discovered in Zeeland province.

Moth monitors Piet Jopse and Henk Wagenaar found this Eublemma purpurina, Beautiful marbled moth.

This beautiful insect is a south European species. Climate change means it gets further and further to the north.

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