Orange Moth Angerona prunaria
Wingspan 35-45 mm.
The males of this species are brighter in colour and usually slightly smaller than the females; both sexes can be found in the typical plain orange form, as well as f. corylaria, which exhibits an orange band on a dark brown ground colour.
It is locally common in woodland and heathland in the southern parts of England, Wales and Ireland.
The twig-like caterpillars feed on a range of deciduous trees and plants.