Caterpillar species. Latin name: Clostera curtula Food: Poplar, aspen and willow Description: Dark grey with orange patches dorsally, raise black humps, pale grey hair. Southern and eastern England.


The Chocolate-tip (Clostera curtula) is a moth of the family Notodontidae with a wing span of between 27 and 35 mm found in the deciduous forests of the Palaearctic, particularly in damp riverside localities. Two generations are produced flying from April to August.
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