Agrotis trifurca Eversmann, 1837


Agrotis trifurca: Adult (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S] Agrotis trifurca: Adult (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S] Agrotis trifurca: Half-grown larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S] Agrotis trifurca: Half-grown larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S] Agrotis trifurca: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S] Agrotis trifurca: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S] Agrotis trifurca: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S] Agrotis trifurca: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Russia, Chelyabinsk Oblast) [S]

Habitat:
Habitats with spots of open soil (e.g. river shores)

Life cycle:
The larvae hibernate and the moths occur in summer (July to September).

Remarks:
Agrotis trifurca occurs from Eastern Europe (Russia, SE-Ukraine, Eastern Carpathians in Romania) to Northern Eastasia (Mongolia).



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