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Eggplant Leafroller

Lineodes integra

Description:

"Adult: forewing light brown, long and slender with pointed apex; dark brown arc begins at inner margin about one-third distance from base, and ends in subterminal area; white-outlined dark brown semicircular patch along costa near apex; inner margin concave near anal angle; hindwing grayish-brown; abdomen held in curved C shape over thorax when moth is at rest; legs very long and thin with small "ruffle" of scales near base of tibia on forelegs and midlegs"

Habitat:

Attracted to porch light in the backyard. "southern United States (Florida to California), south to Chile; also recorded from Illinois, Michigan, and Ontario"

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San Diego, California, USA

Spotted on Sep 27, 2013
Submitted on Sep 28, 2013

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