A very attractive species of day-flying moths is the Sixspot Burnet (Zygaena filipendulae). Its striking wing patterns of red and black are suited to deter their predators. The moth species is found along the coastal dunes and in flowery meadows. Their habitat has however declined and the moth is not as common as it used to be. Its foodplants are Lotus corniculatus and L. uliginosus. A second Zygaena species indigenous in the Netherlands is the Five-spot Burnet I (Z. tiifolii). This moth is much rarer than Z. filipendulae and can be distinguished by the number and size of its wing spots.