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Phragmatobia fuliginosa (Linnaeus, 1758) = clara Sibille, 1927 = kolari Diószeghy, 1935 = obscura Obraztsov, 1936 = ochracea Zlotowzycki, 1948 = imhoffi Stoecklin, 1959 = Phargmatobia fuliginosa.

She-bear is mobile, she-bear is red-brown, she-bear is brown, fat woman is brown

Regions of Russia

#one. Kaliningrad, # 2. Kolsky, # 3. Karelian, # 4. European Northwest, # 6. European North East, # 7. European South Taiga, # 8. European Central, # 9. European Central Black Earth, # 10. Sredne-Volzhsky, # 11. Volgo-Donsky, # 12. Nizhnevolzhsky, # 13. West Caucasian, # 14. East Caucasian, # 15. Severo-Uralsky, # 16. Middle Ural, # 17. South Ural, # 19. Sredneobsky, # 20. South-West Siberian, # 21. Severo-Yeniseisky, # 22. Krasnoyarsk, # 23. Pre-Altai, # 24. Gorno-Altai, # 25. Tuvinsky, # 26. Prebaikal, # 27. Pribaikalsky, # 28. Zabaikalsky, # 29. West Yakutsk, # 30. East Yakutsk, # 31. South Yakutsk, # 33. North Okhotsk, # 34. Kamchatsky.

Summer time


Life time of the larva


Features of appearance and differences from similar species

  • The length of the front wing is 2 cm. The top of these wings is cinnamon-colored, with a small black speck in the center. The top of the hind wing is red with black spots that can vary greatly from individual to individual. The abdomen is also red, also with black spots. Warning coloring. ... Peter Khramov.
  • Wingspan: 32-36 mm. Private message. Vasily Feoktistov.


  • Austria, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Ireland, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Corsica, Crete, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sardinia, Sicily, Slovakia, Turkey - European part, Finland, France, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia, Yugoslavia. ... Peter Khramov.
  • Regions of the Russian Federation: Volga-Don, East-Caucasian, East-Yakutsk, Gorno-Altai, European North-East, European North-West, European Central Black Earth, European Central, European South-taiga, Transbaikal, West Caucasian, West Yakutsk, Kaliningrad, Kamchatka, Karelian, Kola, Krasnoyarsk, Nizhnevolzhsky, Predaltaisky, Cisbaikalsky, Pribaikalsky, North Yenisei, North Okhotomorsky, North Ural, Middle Volzhsky, Middle Ural, Sredneobsky, South-Siberian, South-Siberian Ural, South Yakutsk. ... Peter Khramov.
  • Austria, Albania, Andorra, Balearic Islands, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, British Isles, Hungary, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece (mainland), Denmark (mainland), Ireland, Spain (mainland), Italy ( mainland), Corsica, Crete, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway (mainland), Channel Islands, Poland, Portugal (mainland), Russia, Romania, Sardinia, Northern Ireland, Sicily, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey (European part), Ukraine, Finland, France (mainland), Croatia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia, Yugoslavia. ... Peter Khramov.
  • Habitat: all of Europe. Mountains - up to 3000 m. Peter Khramov.

Additional information on the stage of the imago

  • The red-brown bear flies through meadows and pastures, forest edges and heathlands, as well as wastelands. Due to its protection from birds and not picky about fodder plants, it suffers only from a cold and wet climate. The second generation butterflies are more common than the first. Flight at night. ... Peter Khramov.

Forage plants or other objects

  • Salix, Polygonum, Rumex, Potentilla, Rubus, Trifolium, Chamaenerion angustifolium, Calluna, Vaccinium, Andromeda polifolia, Plantago, Taraxacum. ... Peter Khramov.
  • Nettle and lamb, kulbaba and others. ... Peter Khramov.

Additional information about the larva

  • Just like the adult Phragmatobia fuliginosa, caterpillars are poisonous and not attractive to birds at all.Pupation occurs immediately after the awakening of caterpillars from hibernation, on poles and other cracks in trunks and fences. ... Peter Khramov.

Phragmatobia fuliginosa subspecies

  • P. f. borealis (Staudinger, 1871).
  • P. f. chosensis Bryk, 1948.
  • P. f. fuliginosa.
  • P. f. harteri Rothschild, 1929.
  • P. f. kroumira Oberthür, 1917.
  • P. f. melitensis O. Bang-Haas, 1927.
  • P. f. meridionalis Tutt, 1904.
  • P. f. monticola Daniel 1970.
  • P. f. nawari Ebert, 1973.
  • P. f. paghmani Lének, 1966.
  • P. f. pulverulenta (Alphéraky, 1889).
  • P. f. rubricosa (Harris, 1841).
  • P. f. taurica Daniel, 1970.


  • O. Karsholt, J. Razowski (eds.), 1996. The Lepidoptera of Europe: a distributional checklist
  • Catalog of Lepidoptera of Russia. Ed. S. Yu. Sineva. SPb., M .: KMK Scientific Publishing Association, 2008
  • Reichholf-Rim H. Butterflies. M .: Astrel, 2002
  • de Jong, Y.S.D.M. (ed.) (2011) Fauna Europaea version 2.4 (
  • Moths and Butterflies of Europe and North Africa (, 2012
  • Vasily Feoktistov, personal message

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