- Despite the external similarity, the common tiger is not closely related to this species.
- The "'common tiger snake "'has a flat, blunt head, slightly distinct from a robust body.
- It is primarily a butterfly of open country and gardens and unlike the related common tiger, is least common in damp, forested, hilly regions.
- The similarity between the plain and common tigers makes them M黮lerian mimics, as the adverse experience a predator makes with either species will also protect the other.
- A . Common tiger moths lay their eggs in late summer on the undersides of leaves of more than 100 species of trees, especially trees that are along roadsides or in other open locations.