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Description:

Brown outer wing, orange inner wing, seems to have a black edging to inner wing, Friendly :)

Notes:

I would love it if someone told me the species....



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2 Comments

CikraVajnai
CikraVajnai 6 years ago

Wow I only see your comment now! Sorry it took me so long. Thank you so much for your suggestion.

KeithRoragen
KeithRoragen 7 years ago

It's one of the Underwings in the family Noctuidae. I don't have a source for European species, but it looks like something from the genus Noctua. There are two North American species of Noctua that are imported from Europe. Lesser Yellow Underwing - Noctua comes - and Large Yellow Underwing - Noctua pronuba. Neither looks like an exact match so it could be something else.

Here's the BugGuide Genus page for Noctua. Hope this helps.

http://bugguide.net/node/view/9820/bgpag...

Budapest, Közép-Magyarország, Hungary

Lat: 47.53, Long: 19.00

Spotted on Sep 12, 2011
Submitted on Sep 13, 2011

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