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Catocala puerpera

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Catocala puerpera is a moth of the family Erebidae first described by Michel-Esprit Giorna in 1791.[1] It is found in Mediterranean and sub-Mediterranean areas of the Near East and Middle East and in North Africa.

There is one generation per year. Adults are on wing from May to June.

The larvae feed on Populus euphratica.

Subspecies

  • Catocala puerpera puerpera
  • Catocala puerpera rosea Austaut, 1884 (Algeria)
  • Catocala puerpera pallida Alphéraky, 1887 (Transcaspia, Xinjiang)
  • Catocala puerpera syriaca Schultz, 1909 (Israel)

References

  1. ^ Yu, Dicky Sick Ki. "Catocala puerpera (Giorna 1791)". Home of Ichneumonoidea. Taxapad. Archived from the original on March 15, 2016.

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Catocala puerpera: Brief Summary

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Catocala puerpera is a moth of the family Erebidae first described by Michel-Esprit Giorna in 1791. It is found in Mediterranean and sub-Mediterranean areas of the Near East and Middle East and in North Africa.

There is one generation per year. Adults are on wing from May to June.

The larvae feed on Populus euphratica.

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