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Calyptra thalictri is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is native to the area ranging from Japan and Korea, south to China and Malaysia, west through the Urals to Southern Europe, but it has recently expanded its range to northern Europe. In , Vampire moths were discovered in Siberia. The moth, when being studied by an entomologist, was experimentally offered a human hand. It is often referred to as the vampire moth (although this common name is also used for other members of the genus Calyptra), referring to their ability to. The common name of many of these species, vampire moth, refers to the habit that they have of drinking blood from vertebrates. According to a recent study, some. A previously unknown population of vampire moths has been found in Siberia. And in a twist worthy of a Halloween horror movie. Calyptra thalictri is a species of moth that belongs to a group collectively known as the Vampire Moths. As explained by the name, they've been observed. Vampire Moths are medium sized with a muted earthy color and a wingspan ranging from 35 to 72 mm in size. The thing is that they have long. Vampire moths native to Asia and southern Europe are being spotted with increasing frequency in Finland as a consequence of climate change. The genus Calyptra is a group of moths in subfamily Calpinae of the family The common name of many of these species, vampire moth, refers to the habit. The Calyptra thalictri moth isn't all that peculiar looking - but this "vampire. Oni Nottellin. followers. More information. Skin Piercing.