Xestia kollari (Lederer, 1853)


Xestia kollari: Adult (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Adult (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Adult (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Half-grown larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Half-grown larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Half-grown larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Half-grown larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Half-grown larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S] Xestia kollari: Larva (breeding photo 2017, material from Southern Urals) [S]

Host plants:
The larvae supposedly live on herbs and shrubs.

Habitat:
Xestia kollari supposedly inhabits humid open woodland and heathland with dwarf shrubs.

Life cycle:
The larva hibernates and the moths occur in summer.

Remarks:
In Europe Xestia kollari occurs only in the very East (Urals) and reaches then across N-Asia to N-Japan.



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