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Gnophos sartata Treitschke, 1827

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Gnophos sartata Treitschke, 1827
Common names: Italian Annulet [En], Gnophos rapiécée [Fr]

Mesudiye, MUĞLA ● Turkey

Description: The wingspan is 34-42 mm. The wings above are sandblasted grey-brown, with 3 brown wavy lines, 2 on the forewings and 1 on the hindwings. There is 4 small little visible dots. The fringe is scalloped on the forewings and deeply sinuate on the hindwings.

Biology: The larvae are polyphagous.

Distribution: From Corsica, Italy, Balkans, Greece to Cyprus, Turkey and Middle East.

References:
Godart J.-B., 1830. Histoire naturelle des lépidoptères ou papillons de France, Nocturnes, Tome 5, Paris.
Lepidoptera and their ecology
Fauna Europaea