Catocala nymphagoga Esper, 1787
Common names: Oak Yellow Underwing [En], Nymphagogue [Fr], Klein geel weeskind [Nl]
Güzelçamlı, AYDIN ● Turkey
Description: The wingspan is 35–43 millimetres (1.4–1.7 in).
Biology: Adults fly in one generation from June to August depending on the location. They come to light, but are more frequent observed on sugar. The larvae feed on Quercus species.
Distribution: Southern Europe, from Bulgaria up to the Iberian Peninsula and sometimes further north as a migrant, North Africa and Asia Minor.
Wikipedia, Catocala nymphagoga
Lepidoptera of Belgium