Peach Blossom Thyatira batis
Another fairly common woodland species belonging to this subfamily is the Peach Blossom. It is a very pretty moth with various shades of violet, especially in fresh specimens. Showing a wingspan of up to 44 mm it is a typical representative of its family. The larvae of the Peach Blossom can be found on bramble and raspberry. On the wing from May to late July all over the British Isles. Occasionally a second generation is produced in the south, flying in August and the beginning of September.