Agriopis aurantiaria (Hübner, [1799])


Agriopis aurantiaria: Male (the female have vestigial wings) [S] Agriopis aurantiaria: Larva [M] Agriopis aurantiaria: Larva [S] Agriopis aurantiaria: Larva

Host plants:
The caterpillar lives polyphagous on deciduous wood.

Habitat:
Agriopis aurantiaria inhabits forests, hedge areas, parks and gardens.

Life cycle:
The moths fly in the autumn from late September to early December, with a maximum in late October and early November. The eggs overwinter and the caterpillar lives from April to early June.

Remarks:
Agriopis aurantiaria is quite widespread in Europe and is also found in parts of temperate Asia.



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