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Plume moth

Stenodacma wahlbergi (Zeller, 1851)


The length of the forewings is 6–7 mm. Adults emerge from April to October in Japan. The larvae feed on Oxalis species (including Oxalis corniculata), Ipomoea batatas and Vitaceae (Vitis indica). They feed on the leaf and pod of the host plant.

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Othakalmandapam, Tamil Nadu, India

Spotted on Nov 1, 2021
Submitted on Nov 1, 2021

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