Arctia caja

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      ssp. caja – the typical form widespread over the European part of Russia, the Crimea, the northern Caucasus,
      northern Kazakhstan and southwestern Siberia (Fig. 38: 1);

      ssp. tshimgana (Pl. 7, Figs 6, 7) – a form with an extensive white pattern widespread in the Tian-Shan and in the
      south of Fergana Valley;

      ssp. pamiroalaica (Pl. 7, Figs 8, 9) – differing by yellow hws and a yellow abdomen; Peter-1 Mt. Range (TL: Darai-
      Nazarak), Hissarskiy, Karateginskiy, Khozratishokh Mt. ranges, western part of Shugnanskiy Mt. Range (Khorog);

      ssp. confluens – distinguishable by a weakened white pattern of fw; hw red with extensive, black, partly merged
      maculae; distribution in the south of Karelia, Lake Ladoga, probably in other boreal areas;

      ssp. kamtschadalis (Pl. 8, Fig. 6) – very narrow white stripes on fw; hw red; distributed in Kamchatka and
      Sakhalin (possibly this form is phenotypical, associated with a cold climate); specimens with a similar coloration
      sometimes occur in Siberia (Zeya region, Altai Mts), in the Urals and near Moscow; superficially, this form is close to the
      following;

      ssp. sajana (Pl. 8, Fig. 1) – “Sajan mont: Tunkinsk Weißgebirge”, 2000 m a.s.l.; the moth is darkened, the hws
      are distinguished by small ro

      ssp. phaeosoma (Pl. 8, Figs 2-5) – this large moth differing by strong variability of coloration and pattern
      intensity; coloration of hw of female varying from bright red to pale orange and yellow; occurring in Amurland, the
      Primorye as well as in the adjacent parts of China and Korea;

      ssp. wiskotti (Pl. 9, Figs 1-4) – this rather large subspecies (male 55-60 mm, female about 80 mm in alar expanse)
      with an extensive white pattern and with pale yellow hws occurs in Armenia;

      ssp. ossetica Dubatolov, 1996b – “Ossetia, Buron, 1250 m”. “The wing expanse is 60-64 mm in males, 75 mm in
      females. This subspecies is transitional between the European A. caja caja and the Transcaucasian A. caja wiskotti. The
      colour of the fw and the shape of spots are the same as in the above subspecies, but the coloration of the hw is peculiar,
      being bright yellowish orange in the new subspecies, bright red in A caja caja, and pale yellow in A. caja wiskotti”;

      ssp. orientalis – a variety with but minor colour differences from the nominate form, Kashmir.unded spots;