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Tiger Moth, which is a shooting free game on www.flash-game.net. Moth, which is an animal seems similar as a butterfly, usually we confused them sometimes, A moth is an insect closely related to the butterfly, both being of the order Lepidoptera. The differences between butterflies and moths are more than just taxonomy.[citation needed] Sometimes the names "Rhopalocera" (butterflies) and "Heterocera" (moths) are used to formalize the popular distinction. Many attempts have been made to subdivide the Lepidoptera into groups such as the Microlepidoptera and Macrolepidoptera, Frenatae and Jugatae, or Monotrysia and Ditrysia. Failure of these names to persist in modern classifications is due to the fact none of them represents a pair of "monophyletic groups". The reality is that butterflies are a small group that arose from within the "moths" and there is thus no way to group all of the remaining taxa in a monophyletic group, as it will always exclude that one descendant lineage.
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  • Tiger Moth
  • Game title: Tiger Moth
  • Category: Shooting Games
  • Game ID on Flash Game: 1457
  • Game author: Mohsye
  • Total hits of the game: 8941 times
  • Best screen resolution: 550 x 400 pixels
  • Game instructions for Tiger Moth:
    Tiger Moth, which is a shooting free game on www.flash-game.net. Moth, which is an animal seems similar as a butterfly, usually we confused them sometimes, A moth is an insect closely related to the butterfly, both being of the order Lepidoptera. The differences between butterflies and moths are more than just taxonomy.[citation needed] Sometimes the names "Rhopalocera" (butterflies) and "Heterocera" (moths) are used to formalize the popular distinction. Many attempts have been made to subdivide the Lepidoptera into groups such as the Microlepidoptera and Macrolepidoptera, Frenatae and Jugatae, or Monotrysia and Ditrysia. Failure of these names to persist in modern classifications is due to the fact none of them represents a pair of "monophyletic groups". The reality is that butterflies are a small group that arose from within the "moths" and there is thus no way to group all of the remaining taxa in a monophyletic group, as it will always exclude that one descendant lineage.
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