31/ Labels in entomological boxes

Cuts and embankments along roads are first inhabited by well-mobile insects (e.g. diurnal butterflies). For non-forest species (Hairy Sweep, Brown Tiger Moth), herbaceous belts along roads provide an opportunity to penetrate into forest complexes.


Hairy Sweep (Canephora hirsuta) + sack with exuvia (empty pupa)

Brown Tiger Moth (Hyphoraia aulica)                              

Old World Swallowtail (Papilio machaon) + an empty (parasitized) pupa on vegetation

Clouded Yellow (Colias crocea)

Eastern Bath White (Pontia edusa)

Marbled White (Melanargia galathea

Praying Matis (Mantis religiosa) – an empty ootheca