Plecoptera inquinata

Plecoptera inquinata is a species of moth of the family Noctuidae first described by Julius Lederer in 1857. It is found in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iran, Lebanon and Israel.

Plecoptera inquinata
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P. inquinata
Binomial name
Plecoptera inquinata
Lederer, 1857
Synonyms
  • Plecoptera pyramid Rogenhofer,1873
  • Plecoptera amanica Osthelder,1933

Adults are on wing from May to October. There are two generations per year.

External linksEdit

  • Kravchenko, V. D.; Müller, G.; Orlova, O. B.; Seplyarskaya, V. N. (2004). "The Catocalinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) of Israel" (PDF). Russian Entomological Journal. 13 (3): 175–186 – via Internet Archive.
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