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The larvae of this species feed on the native legume Glycine tabacina, which is often found twining amongst grasses. Mature larvae 28 mm long, body is bluish-green to bluish-grey with some purple spots; head greenish yellow. Adult fore wing is yellow with a broad brownish black margin, hind wing is yellow with black or dark brown on the terminal edge, margin weakly scalloped.
Spotted on Apr 15, 2013
Submitted on Apr 15, 2013