Agrotis exclamationis (Linnaeus, 1758)


Agrotis exclamationis: Adult (eastern Swabian Alb, Southern Germany) Agrotis exclamationis: Adult (e.l. Schwäbisch Gmünd 2008) [S] Agrotis exclamationis: Adult (e.l. Schwäbisch Gmünd, S-Germany, 2008) [S] Agrotis exclamationis: Adult (Swabian Alb, Southern Germany) [M] Agrotis exclamationis: Adult (e.l. Northern Greece) [S] Agrotis exclamationis: Half-grown larva (Greece) [M] Agrotis exclamationis: Larva (e.l. Greece) [S] Agrotis exclamationis: Larva (e.l. Greece) [S] Agrotis exclamationis: Larva (e.l. Greece) [S] Agrotis exclamationis: Larva (e.l. Schwäbisch Gmünd, S-Germany, 2008) [S] Agrotis exclamationis: Larva (Schwäbisch Gmünd, S-Germany, 2008) [S]

Host plants:
Polyphagous, often grasses.

Habitat:
Agrotis exclamationis inhabits open land (meadows, grasslands, fields, hedgerows, gardens) and also wide forest edges.

Life cycle:
The caterpillar overwinters. Butterflies are found from late May to early August.

Remarks:
Agrotis exclamationis is in Europe and temperate Asia one of the more common and widespread species.



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