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Common Grass-Veneer Moth

Crambus Praefectellus

Description:

These moths are extremely small, having only a wingspan size of 18-25 millimeters. They come in grey or white, and have black compact eyes.

Habitat:

These moths are very common in fields and woodland areas.

Notes:

These moths do not eat while their adults, instead they feed during their larvae stage. Their lifespan only last around 5-8 weeks, while spending half of their life as a larvae.

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20cbarnabae
Spotted by
20cbarnabae

Maryland, USA

Lat: 39.18, Long: -76.58

Spotted on Sep 10, 2019
Submitted on Sep 30, 2019

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