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Grammodes bifasciata Petagna, 1787

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Grammodes bifasciata Petagna, 1787
Common names: Noctuelle de la Salsepareille [Fr]

Kerkini, SERRES ● Greece

Description: The wingspan is 30 - 35 mm. The forewings are dark brown, with both cream straight.

Biology: The larvae feed on Rubus, Cistus (especially Cistus salviifolius), Smilax, Polygonum species and Oryza sativa.
Imago occurs in several generations, between May and September. Larvae can be found until November.

Habitat: Costal and wetlands areas, sandy places.

Distribution: It is found in Madagascar, eastern Africa, North Africa, Mediterranean Basin, Black Sea region, Balkans and South-Eastern Europe.

References:
Wikipedia, Grammodes bifasciata



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